Your business has been going great and you feel that it’s time to grow and move on to the next level. In the current economy, opportunities for entrepreneurial businesses is excellent, but the risks of expanding too quickly cannot be ignored.
Whether you are looking to find new ways to sell your current services or products, or looking to broaden your customer base by introducing new products and services that add value, planning correctly for growth is essential. This webinar will give you tips and guidance on how to:
• Assess where your growth will come from
• Understand what makes your business proposition unique
• Describe and define what the next level looks and feels like
• Inspire others to get on board about future changes
• Evaluate your financial position in preparation for growth
About the Speaker:
Suzanne Brown is a strategic marketing and business consultant, TEDx speaker, an expert on and advocate for professional part-time working moms and author of a forthcoming book, out in mid-September. Mompowerment: Insights from Successful Professional Part-time Working Moms Who Balance Career and Family empowers moms to think differently about their career approach and work-life balance. Suzanne blogs weekly at www.mompowerment.com on topics related to helping working moms continue to achieve their career goals and be the moms they want to be.
The Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics market has undergone a major shift. More interest and usage is driven by business users and analysts for an interactive style of analysis and a decentralized, easy-to-use approach to reporting, dashboards and analytics. On other end, IT wants to deliver this in a reusable, and governed manner. As adoption of BI and analytics increase, a scalable and modern platform is equally important for organizations to drive revenue and growth.
Join this Webinar to see how Fraport, owner and operator of Frankfurt Airport, has taken full advantage of interactive reporting and analytics to provide real-time information on passenger behavior and baggage delivery to improve customer satisfaction continuously.
Hear how OBS & IR help enterprise customers plan, deploy & operate Microsoft Skype for Business. With case studies and tips on how to evaluate your existing infrastructure.Read more >
Organizations need a way to get extremely fast insight from any-size data and share it with co-workers of varying skill sets – wherever they happen to be.
Look no further! SAS Visual Analytics lets everyone, even those without significant analytics skills, explore and analyze data. It allows users to quickly see connections and correlations, then immediately share results via the Microsoft Office tools you use every day.
Join us for this webinar to see:
- How common Microsoft Office tools infused with SAS Visual Analytics capabilities can help you share analytics insight.
- How SAS Office Analytics empowers analysts with data preparation and analytics within a familiar environment.
- Ways to explore your data and glean insight that surpass traditional visualization and reporting.
Intelligence is the rocket fuel to all Process Automation projects, whether the task is low-level (RPA) or high-level complex processes. In this session, you will hear a holistic but pragmatic approach to implementing intelligence as part of a company’s digital transformation journey.
Join this webinar to hear Frank Beyer and Bizagi as they discuss:
- How to structure your approach to RPA and to higher-level process automation
- Identifying processes that require a higher level of cognitive skills
- How to digitize cognitive work such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation
Who should attend: Digital Technology Leaders, Application Development Leaders, IT and Business Process Professionals
Is it time to make a change in your business?
Back by popular demand, the engaging Kerwin Rae will share his 18 fast-growth tips for small business in this webinar.
Learn how these key changes in your thinking and your actions can produce the results you want, faster.
•Five stages of fast growth
•Four ingredients of performance
•Four keys to fast growth productivity
•Five pillars of fast growth
If you're ready to change the direction of your business, watch now.
Join us to learn about SAP Business One, and how its features complement Square for Retail.
Moty Moshin and Idit Saguey, Business One Solution Experts at SAP, will provide an overview of SAP Business One and describe how its powerful back office features complement the elegant front office features of Square for Retail.
Join us for a Technical Deep Dive on the architecture and features supported by Square’s integration with SAP Business One.
Matthew Lent, Lead Integration Architect at Square, and Moty Moshin, Business One Solution Architect for SAP will provide a technical deep dive of the integration between SAP Business One + Square Retail
Join us to learn the business value for high growth retailers of the combination of SAP Business One + Square for Retail.
Antonio Silva, Head of Platform Partnerships Business Development at Square, and Steve Tait Head of North America Business One for SAP will describe how the combination of SAP Business One + Square for Retail can enable high growth young retailers to both innovate and manage the core processes of their businesses as one. The elegance and ease of Square in the front office combined with the power of Business One in the back office empowers businesses to run simple in ways that weren’t possible previously – join us to learn how to gain these benefits for your business.
Concepts from lean manufacturing of the 80’s are back in a big way. In the 80’s, companies were implementing ERP/Supply chain systems to reach the almost mythical philosophy of Just-In-Time (JIT) manufacturing - that meant zero lead time, zero inventory and zero failures. It was a radical approach to running a business that carried with it skepticism and confusion. When Dell announced that they had Zero stock on hand it was big news. But it inspired others. It raised the bar for companies, competitors and their suppliers to up their game. In order for JIT to work it meant high quality machines, reliable suppliers and flexible resources – and most of all insight into all nooks and crannies of the supply chain. We find ourselves in this same trial and error phase, similar philosophies and yearning to be lean and mean with IT (and all Enterprise) Services. Louder than ever is the call to provide great customer service and for IT to execute ruthlessly to provide the fuel that powers the business – and have to execute as such. JIT concepts in IT put its focus on customer results in a way that minimizes waste and time. In this talk we’ll explore specific approaches to transform to a JIT IT organization and the benefits of that.Read more >
Kapost knows better than anyone that non-data-driven companies are being left behind: their content marketing system is used by Fortune 50 companies to align resources and accelerate sales and marketing growth.
However, when it came to internal analytics, Kapost ran into the same obstacle many companies encounter: they used multiple SaaS applications - each with its own, siloed, data-set - and creating a real-time, full-funnel view of their business operations was too resource intensive.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Kapost overcame this challenge, centralized their data across multiple databases and SaaS tools - with no engineering required - while still satisfying the security and access requirements of different teams.
1. How to unify data from popular business systems like Salesforce, Marketo, Mixpanel, Intercom and more
2. How to democratize data access while still securing sensitive information to specific teams / people
3. How their new Live Data Management platform allowed them to quickly set up and ingest data from new sources without engineering help
Trae Wallace - Director of Business Operations, Kapost - Trae is strategy/operations/data guy who likes to solve interesting problems generally involving technology and fast-growing companies. He currently guides the core strategy of Kapost through analysis and working with teams across the organization.
This presentation will explore the key team players, internal and possibly external, that support the successful delivery of a business continuity management programme – you are not alone!Read more >
A cognitive business uses every opportunity to interact with data to reason, adapt and continuously learn. Essentially, a cognitive businesses places a premium on making fact-based decisions with a high degree of confidence. They use all available data to solve problems, make better decisions, innovate faster and predict the future.
What’s the value in being a cognitive business? For one, there’s the fact that they can spot new revenue opportunities, offer new services and reach new audiences faster and more confidently. Other advantages include:
• A disruptive DNA that is data-driven and a culture that puts data and insight to work
• The empowerment of domain experts with various analytics skill levels to discover answers to their business questions
• The ability to outthink business competitors and surge forward as a trailblazer
• The infusion of insight into every action, interaction, decision, application and business process
So, how can you make this happen? Join Business Unit Executive for Product Experience and Design - John Colthart, in this IBM webinar to learn how IBM Watson Analytics can help your organization become a cognitive business by:
• Offering natural language processing so you can use your own words to ask questions of your data and get answers you understand
• Helping you make sense of data by guiding you through analytics and automatically providing visualizations that can help you quickly spot new patterns, trends and relationships
• Providing insight into the factors that drive business outcomes
• Enabling everyone in the business to make decisions based on data — from operations, to marketing and sales to finance to HR and IT
Content Provided by IBM
Are you ready for what's ahead? Resilience in action requires constant evolution; scanning the horizon for lessons learned to enhance your existing approach to business resilience. How do you take your program to the next level and implement a more business centric approach to mitigate business continuity risk? Join us as we identify key areas for increased business continuity focus based on IBM's own experiences building and deploying their program worldwide. What risk strategies do you need to improve? Do you have new types of risks resulting from strategic initiatives? Are you moving into new markets? Globalising? Consolidating operations? Changing workforce demographics? How do you drive C-suite engagement? This webinar will provide insights and share specific examples of actions we all can take to evolve our business continuity programs to the next level.Read more >
La Data Visualisation a pour vocation de simplifier, pour les utilisateurs métier, la compréhension de leurs données afin d’identifier plus rapidement de nouvelles tendances ou anomalies.
Elément essentiel à son succès, cette approche décentralisée doit s’inscrire dans la stratégie en place, en matière de fiabilité des données, de gestion des accès et
de partage de l’information.
Information Builders vous invite à découvrir, lors d’un webcast, comment réconcilier Data Visualisation et Business Intelligence classique.
Au travers d’une démonstration, nous vous présenterons comment :
- Intégrer et préparer les données, quel que soit leur format (Excel, bases de données, applications, réseaux sociaux, etc.),
- Représenter l’information analysée de manière graphique et avancée,
-Diffuser l’information à grande échelle, de façon sécurisée, et sur tout équipement.
DevOps 2.0, also known as BizDevOps, is the next iteration of DevOps that brings the benefit of continuous feedback and rapid application deployment to both business and IT. The end result is the ability of the business to deliver new functionality according to their schedule as opposed to that of the development and operations teams. In this webinar you will learn about the benefits, techniques, technologies, challenges and best practices to adoption and execution of DevOps 2.0.Read more >
Product Deep Dive – SAP Business One Platform Integration Framework, Service Layer and SDK
This webinar is intended for architects, developers and product managers
Product Deep Dive – SAP Business One Platform Deployment Options for Cloud, Mobile, On-premise
This webinar is intended for developers and product managers
This first webinar is intended for business decision makers, to learn how SAP Business One can enable you to transform your distributor channels by standardizing their processes and their integration with SAP Business Suite, using SAP Business One.Read more >
As businesses scale, you need to be agile to keep up with the pace of building analytics and retrieving information quickly for the company. It is crucial then to improve the organization’s self-service capabilities and drive same-platform adoption in order to transform the business into an Enterprise-ready environment.
Hear from VMware as they share their key learnings from their Tableau journey of deploying self-service analytics across the organization. Through this webinar, you will learn how to:
Draw synergies and expertise across your company
Continue to scale while giving business users more empowerment
Develop new insight and accelerate data-driven decisions
Excite executive teams through real-time data access and powerful visualizations
Smart businesses know that great customer relationships are their best marketing tool.
This means keeping in regular contact in specific ways. However, remembering to do it at the right times is hard, and what should you be contacting them about anyway?
Join Tamsin Fox-Davies of Constant Contact to learn how and when to use auto-responder emails to create and grow great customer relationships that will bring clients back to you again and again.
She’ll share the three key automatic emails that every business should be using and the step-by-step method to setting-and-forgetting these for your business.
In the digital transformation of companies, many questions have arisen: how can Business Intelligence meet new business needs? How can Business Intelligence deliver insights in real-time? How can it analyse and scale increasingly growing data? How do you deploy business applications without training or user manuals?
In this webinar, you will learn through case studies how Big Data is transforming business intelligence via a technological transformation and with agile methods and a business-oriented approach.
Forrester Research data shows that most enterprises are already data-aware – they have built and deployed data warehouses and at least one enterprise BI platform. But being data-aware does not necessarily mean being insights-driven. Are your BI applications providing valuable insights? Are these insights actionable? Are these actions driving tangible business outcomes?
In this webcast you will learn about key capabilities necessary to become an insights-driven organization: business agility and agile BI. Watch our webinar where guest speaker Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, Boris Evelson and Kyvos Insights VP of Products & Marketing, Ajay Anand discuss:
-Benefits of becoming an insights-driven business
-Challenges which may be keeping your organization from becoming insights-driven
-The role agile BI plays in agile business models
-Benefits of a native Hadoop BI platform (massively parallel, distributed, highly scalable and
flexible, schema-on-read) – a key technology component in an agile BI environment
Digital is changing how organizations run, how they meet customer expectations, and make decisions.
This short video captures insights from leaders in digital transformation from organizations such as McKinsey, Bain Capital, and Acord. Build on their lessons learned to rethink your business model by adopting a new mindset, driving change, and embracing risk.
Empowering people and delivering value faster to customers is what is expected from agile. Business agility enables companies to respond faster to rapidly changing markets and compete with market disruptors. Despite the increasing need for business agility to compete these days, companies have still not been able to accomplish this, and there is a growing list of reasons for agile failures.
Join your colleagues as John Orvos, a Sr. Agile Solutions Strategist, enlightens us on how to avoid the Four Failure Modes of agile.
•Company idealism vs. Customer Realism
•Agile Expert vs. Vision Re-engineer
•Sideline Cheering vs. Relevant Action
•Appeasement vs. Accountability
Please bring your real world questions!