HTML5 Adoption Still Slow but Interest Growing

With mobile devices increasingly being used to access information by consumers and within enterprises, developers are expected to increasingly weigh the pros and cons of HTML5 versus native application development for their respective usage. This industry overview shows that while HTML5 adoption is slow, interest is growing and opportunities are opening for hybrid apps that blend HTML5 with native features.

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Mastering Complex CPQ for Dynamic Businesses

Complex configure, price, quote (CPQ) practices are becoming more important to enterprises seeking decisive business advantages. This white paper defines the concept of complex CPQ and summarizes the major trends driving interest in such business practices and enabling technologies. It provides a framework on three main aspects of complex CPQ and reviews the key capabilities of world-class CPQ software to drive sales efficiency with complex sales.  Read More

Growing Google Apps: How to Increase Google Adoption in Your Organization

Change is hard for everyone. But switching from your old system to Google Apps doesn’t have to be difficult, and acceptance of the new Google Apps system within your organization will allow your company to flourish. Supporting everyone on the team through the adoption process is vital to a successful move to Google Apps.

In this white paper, explore core ideas to successfully training on and transitioning to Google Apps, including a slow, steady implementation process that allows the comfort levels of users to grow. This starts with a twelve-point plan that lets users get used to the idea of switching to new cloud technology. Learn how, when discussing the implementation of Google Apps, to focus on the opportunities now available to your organization. Highlight the positive changes that come with the adoption of Google Apps that will reduce travel time, allow users to work from home, decrease IT issues, and create a more collaborative, streamlined work environment. Review information on self-training strategies and the benefits of developing a training website. Use other Google tools such as Hangouts to gain valuable feedback from users, and explore how selecting volunteers to learn Google Apps tools earlier than other members can help the rest of the team navigate Google Apps and resolve IT issues. Through the information in this white paper, your transition to Google Apps can be a positive one.  Read More

Credit Risk Management: Collateral, Covenants and Risk Review

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If your organization is still managing credit risk manually, you could be leaving your company open to experience significant losses and complications that can harm its financial well-being. Multiple systems, piles of paper, inconsistent or out of date information- all could end up costing your company dearly. Today, the best way to ensure that credit risk is being appropriately monitored and managed is with the adoption of an automated system. With the implementation of an automated system, accuracy of data and efficiency of execution are significantly improved, and risk is monitored in a superior and more effective manner.

In this white paper, IBM highlights the benefits that an automated system for credit risk management can bring to your organization, including a reduction of human error on multiple levels, a marked increase in compliance, the capability to quickly track a data trail, and the capacity to effortlessly update and upgrade across multiple accounts and systems. Automation means valuations are up to the minute, and that transparency is increased. Document imaging, data entry, and automated workflow can resolve many problems previously encountered with manual procedures.

IBM’s Business Analytics offers a comprehensive 5-point action plan involving the importance of automating collateral processes, how to consolidate diverse systems and data, the benefits of automating collateral and covenant monitoring to reduce risk with the latest available information, and how automation supports release processes for minimized risk. Credit risk management can be modernized and refined as a result of changing towards an automated system. Read More

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