A future view for how data will continue shaping our decision making processes in business in the years to come. Is your company prepared?
Business owners aren’t always meticulous when it comes to compiling important financial documents, but that’s why there are bookkeepers.
As government-mandated lockdown comes into force, there are some existing risks to small business that could be felt more acutely if precautions aren’t taken. That’s right, it’s time to rethink your cybersecurity protocols.
The amount of business intelligence data available today is incredible, but finding ways of processing that data into actionable insights can be difficult for small business owners without the assistance of a platform like Fathom.
There sure is a lot of hype surrounding Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, but that should be the first red flag warning you to go cautiously when making investment decisions. The second is this article, by David Weickhardt.
Everyone knows that if you want to compete in business, you need data. The right data can be used to accelerate product and service development, reach new customers and offer high quality service to existing customers.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a space within the global technology ecosystem that continues to produce some of the world’s most innovative devices. And it’s beginning to impact markets at all levels.
Using contemporary software in your business has a variety of benefits. But one stands out above the rest: they offer business owners the chance to generate data-driven insights.
Data science is becoming increasingly important to professional-service businesses who want to carve out a competitive advantage. Anyone working in the industry will know how easy it is for customers to shift around suppliers on a whim, and data analytics could hold the key to keeping them.