Recently, our office, along with other floors in the same building, was burgled. Luckily for us, it was during the early hours of the morning when no one was in. On our floor alone,...
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Suffering from election fatigue? With the election now behind us, if you were one of the XXX who voted, it is a good time give yourselves a pat on the back for making your...
Fraud is a serious risk that companies face in this complex global business environment. A 2008 study has shown, nearly 1/3 of companies had experienced a fraud in relation to payments. Switching to an EFT solution such as B4B, which includes PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) Encryption as an option as appose to relying on cheques and manual payment processes can provide reassurance, better security and complete knowledge of payments being made.
Things are moving swiftly in the payments market. More and more people that I know, no longer carry any cash around with them. Gone are the days of being weighed down by copious amounts...
The progression of advanced systems and operational intelligence over the years has lead to businesses/organisations having the ability to use data in a proactive way so that problems can be identified immediately. Data analytics and sensor information can identified the problem immediately with enhanced process management controls preventing the problem occurring at all. In the modern world, It has become the new ‘normal’ to to respond to everyday activities exceptionally.
Cash payments seem to be a thing of the past especially with the introduction of contactless payment bank cards. And not only that, cash is not accepted as the appropriate payment method for some type of purchases such as transport systems services.
Many retail companies today are using a process which allows them to offer products to customers with the option to buy now and pay later (6-12 months). But how are they managing this process? Answer is: a credit management system.
Research shows the cheque/check will be non-existent in the next decade although the US is holding on quite strongly. EFT is becoming the method of payment most countries are currently using, particularly the UK.
Mobile connectivity has suddenly stepped away from the early social network and email adopters to become commonplace. The big jump is the fact that it is no longer the social animals driving the moves forward. Businesses are rapidly taking up the drive for mobility.
I had some discussions recently regarding a multinational replacing a pretty, but poorly functioning eProcurement system with iPOS for SunSystems and an old joke popped into my head.
How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?
Computers are consistent, people are not. Business process management delivers reliable, repeatable and sustainable results.