Are you attending Dreamforce this year? If so, you will be in good company with more than 130,000 like minded professionals registered to attend. Not to mention another 200,000 that will attend virtually. With that turn out, it's no wonder Dreamforce is one of the most influential events in the tech industry. Every year new products are announced, trends set, and new ideas emerge. It’s truly one of the most important events in the industry.
We speak with services leaders every day. One thing is clear — services firms have a profound need for business intelligence to make sense of vast information sources. Most of their systems, even if mission critical, are often best described as silos of information storage, with people lobbing key data over very high walls.
A leader of one of the world’s largest agency conglomerates, one that includes Leo Burnett, Saatchi and Saatchi, Razorfish, and Sapient, recently made news with a bold statement.
Your day is spent managing budgets, people, and time. That can make staying up to date on the latest and greatest project management articles a challenge. Where do you fit reading time into your day?
The votes are in! The United Kingdom has officially decided to leave the European Union. Mavenlink CEO Ray Grainger shares the impact "Brexit" has on the future of work.
New offers get the innovative juices flowing amongst services teams. But, they can also create a lot of stress on your business model — it’s hard to be innovative and profitable. Not to mention that with the pace of change in professional services today, many PSOs are feeling the need to accelerate time to market for new PS offers to capitalize on industry trends.
You’ve probably been watching the price of oil drop. In turn, you’ve watched the health of the stock market reflect these fluctuations as investors worry about the state of the economy.
For many people, a new year means a new you. Use this January's new year timing as to set the stage all year for better time tracking.
The new year is upon us. Technology is everywhere. Integrations are plentiful. APIs are a must. Big Data is common. Dashboards let everyone from executives to project executors act on critical intelligence.
So what does this mean for professionals managing the bottom line?
The way businesses get work done in the new year is changing. Strong client relationships and valuable service offerings are still at the heart of successful organizations. Yet the best of the best organizations and individuals remain those who adopt change early. There are six key business trends in 2016 that will affect every industry profoundly. Here they are.