The increasingly complex, fast-paced world of professional services needs more than talented workforces and insightful managers, it needs a technology solution that can identify and support everyday business at the speed of demand.
A goal for many professional services firms is to make decisions and execute processes based on dependable insights. But knowing where to begin isn’t always obvious?
The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for businesses around the world, forcing companies to adapt to new work circumstances and revealing processes that no longer work in this new way of doing business. It has also exposed weakness in the technology solutions that companies have depended on for years.
For years, companies across all industries have contended with and grown through the era of digital transformation. This era of transformation was focused on moving from outdated systems onto modern digital platforms designed to support organizations in ways that weren’t previously possible. However, the era of digital transformation doesn’t simply end when the majority of companies have completed that transition.
Does it seem as if, no matter how many improvements you make to your project management strategy, there’s always something holding your agency back?
Sustainability is a more important issue for businessesaround the world than ever.
Sustainable resources help eliminate waste and support healthier environments while allowing organizations to continue to provide the services and products that their clients demand. Most often, the term “sustainability” is used in regards to physical goods that have an impact on our ecosystem and preserving the planet.
Mavenlink recently published its 2019 State of the Services Economy Report, an annual in-depth analysis of the services industry based on a global survey, including the trends and obstacles shaping businesses around the world.
The services industry has experienced unprecedented levels of growth during the last several years and shows no signs of slowing down.
Services businesses depend on data insights more than ever to understand how they can improve their work, meet ever-increasing client needs, and streamline behind-the-scenes processes. But gaining these insights requires the right data management solution that will orchestrate the flow of information and create insights needed to excel in the services industry.
How many systems do you use every day? Putting aside the commonly-understood pitfalls of task switching, working with disparate systems also introduces errors into your processes. When you have to enter data into two or more tools, there’s simply a greater chance that someone will make a mistake. It won’t be intentional, but lack of integration comes with a business risk. To offset this, most cloud systems today are designed with interoperabiliity in mind. Interoperability improves...