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Digitize or Die: Why the way professional services firms use software decides their success

Morten Brøgger Working in professional services means constantly, obsessively, thinking about how to serve clients better. Some decisions are intuitive--talented workers, more resources, quick responses. In comparison, the relative digitalization of a services company might seem somewhat irrelevant or unimportant. But that mindset couldn’t be more wrong. Even in the least technical fields, the software (or lack thereof) that services companies use has become a major business differentiator. Here’s why. Good Software Can Bring Big Benefits

Avoid the CEO Fraud scam that's costing businesses billions

Tim Deluca-Smith According to the FBI, more than 20,000 businesses around the world have collectively lost more than $3bn in the last three years, to a surprisingly low-tech email scam – CEO Fraud, or Business Email Compromise (BEC)

Why business transformation can’t happen (successfully) without great enterprise collaboration

Morten Brøgger A desire to increase revenues, lower costs, and delight clients is hardly a new concept; indeed, it’s the foundation for any successful business. However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to achieve. Business transformation programs often fall short, with siloed initiatives delivering only temporary gains.

3 simple signs that you need a collaboration solution

Tim Deluca-Smith Why collaboration – why now? Have you ever missed a deadline because you were waiting on a manager to approve a document? Perhaps you’ve been working remotely and couldn’t access the latest version of a document on your mobile device, or (worse), you’ve had to work late because you were picking through document revisions made by your team?

SharePoint Online's Total Cost of Ownership

Tim Deluca-Smith Five things to consider before any SharePoint Online deployment

Poor document collaboration is costing Whitehall £500m a year. Why? The solution already exists

Tamas Kramer The news that civil servants waste up to half a billion pounds a year “reinventing the wheel” by recreating documents and policy plans that have already been written, comes as something of a shock to Huddle – a company that has been offering cloud-based collaboration tools to UK government and public sector organisations for almost a decade.

Are you feeling the HR strain? Here’s how Huddle can help. (Part Two)

Tim Deluca-Smith In the first part of this series we looked at how Huddle can be used to improve the interview and employee onboarding process – creating an easier way for teams to connect, share information and manage document workflows, and helping you – the HR professional – to ensure you meet all of your data compliance requirements. In Part Two, let’s see how Huddle can be used during the employee review process, and to build compelling employee portals for your important documents.

What's 152 pages long and takes 62 days just to approve?

Morten Brøgger The answer? The average company annual report (according to Deloitte[i].). 

Are you feeling the HR strain? Here’s how Huddle can help. (Part One)

Tim Deluca-Smith The first quarter of the year is always a busy one for HR. Up to 20% of staff look for a new job in January* as a result of “back to work blues”, making it a battle to retain staff and back-fill open roles. Add to this the fact that many companies also run their annual employee appraisals in Q1, and it’s little wonder that the first few months of 2017 are likely to be some of the busiest you’ll face this year.

Multi-agency working and information sharing with Huddle

Tamas Kramer From Multi Agency Safeguarding Hubs (MASH), to local authorities working together to coordinate suppliers and manage service delivery, better multi-agency collaboration enables better decision making, improved services, and reduced costs.
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