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Which side of your brain is more dominant? Are you more of an executive or management type? Or, are you the artistic type?
Scope creep can happen on any project, wasting money, decreasing satisfaction, and decreasing the expected project value. More than 50% of the projects are delayed and 40% experience scope creep.
The benefits of a good ERP system need no introduction. However, it is a documented fact that 75% of ERP implementations fail. The reasons are varied
Can creative teams balance the desire to produce great work with the demand of delivering on time, every time? Creative teams are often apprehensive to processes as they think it will hinder their creativity.
The ERP industry is rapidly evolving. Current ERP solutions are more flexible and configurable than ever, with many ERP vendors moving to cloud-based solutions. These systems can be upgraded and configured on the fly with little to no need for on-site support.
The volume of information within Agencies grows at exponential rates and burdens the IT resources increasing costs and putting the agency at risk for non-compliance. Agencies that employ a solid enterprise Information Archiving strategy can manage this growth and achieve enterprise advantage.
AGENCY GUIDE TO DEMONSTRATING ROI
One of the biggest challenges for agencies is to accurately measure the progress and ROI of their creative team(s). In an industry that deals with intangible metrics such as creativity and ideas, success can be difficult to measure. Learn More
CRM has seen tremendous growth displaying the route to success to many Small to medium Agencies. Several sales-driven organizations have commenced visualizing their growth in the advancement of the CRM. With everything moving in the progressive direction, the expectation with CRM industry is also escalating. The Global Market for CRM software is projected to reach US$48.4 billion by 2020.