By Julia Rozwens, 24 May 2013
There is a new buzz word in town: Content Marketing. The idea itself has been around for many years but recently this phrase is on everyone's lips. If we search for it in Google Trends, it is clear that in the last months it has really gained in popularity. What's the Buzz All About? Firstly, let’s explain what Content Marketing is...
By Julia Rozwens, 17 May 2013
These ProWorkflow Tutorial Videos are aimed to educate users about product features and specific functions. The objective is to teach the new users of this project management software how to use it and also to give insights about ProWorkflow´s features and usability. In this article you will find video tutorials on the following topics: Introduction for New Users New Client User Getting Started - Client New Company New Project New Staff User
By Julia Rozwens, 10 May 2013
These are Clarizen Tutorial Videos that aim to educate users about product features and specific functions. The objective is to help users to increase the benefits that they can get from Clarizen and give insights about Clarizen´s features and usability. In this article you will find video tutorials on the following topics: Building Your First Clarizen Project Tutorial Clarizen Chat Tutorial Clarizen InterAct Tutorial for Admin Users
By Julia Rozwens, 30 April 2013
These Insightly tutorial videos are aimed at giving you a proper glance at the product features and specific functions. It provides a simple "how to" guide in order to get started easily and use the solution to its full potential. This tutorial is also in response to a multitude of questions we have been getting recently about Insightly. Insightly has a wealth of highly useful features that would be a shame to waste.
By Julia Rozwens, 26 April 2013
Small businesses from all over the world are embracing mobile solutions at the core of their business. Whether we refer to tablets, smart phones or laptops, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend is gaining traction at small businesses as revealed from a recent survey from the SMB Group.
By Julia Rozwens, 15 April 2013
We asked Steve Adams, CEO of Fusebill, a few questions about his company and view of the markets they serve. GetApp: Who are you and what is your role in the company? I’m Steve Adams CEO at Fusebill an automated billing and payments platform for subscription based companies. I’ve been leading high-tech and software companies for a little over 20 years, most recently as VP and General Manager with j2 Global, which acquired Ottawa-based Protus, a company I helped propel into one of the fastest growing companies in Canada, and where I met and worked with many of the people on the Fusebill team.
By LaurieMcCabe, 28 February 2013
(This article originally appeared on Laurie McCabe´s blog) Last week, The Sage Group announced that it is selling its Sage Act! contact manager and SalesLogix CRM to Swiftpage, a U.S. based digital marketing software vendor and Sage partner for Sage E-Marketing connected services for three-plus years. The move is part of Sage’s strategy to streamline its business software portfolio and focus on its core application areas, accounting, ERP and payroll. Sage is also selling Sage Nonprofit Solutions to Accel-KKR, a private equity firm.
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By Elke Schmitt, 13 February 2013
Business Intelligence is a buzzword that is being used frequently by bloggers and bigger companies in the last weeks and months. Many small business owners show hesitation when it comes to deploying business intelligence solutions due to a lack of knowledge of what BI exactly is and whether it is important for them or not. We have researched some of the most interesting business intelligence conversations on Quora that will be helpful if you are seeking a start in business intelligence.
By Christophe Primault, 7 February 2013
"We have so much data but we don´t know how to interpret it!" This is a situation that managers often complain about. The fact is that now IT can collect nearly every single bit of data you can imagine, which can bring to light very powerful realizations about your business, but if you don´t have the right tools to convert this data into information that drives decision making, you´re still left with a bunch of numbers. Excel has been the standard solution, but we have evolved way beyond the spreadsheet, and on the market there are now numerous tools with analytical and visualization functions that allows users to play with their data in a meaningful way. Business Intelligence Software is today an umbrella term for the processes, methods and measurements businesses use to easily analyze and understand information relevant to the past and current performance of the enterprise, and enable more informed decision making for the future. This business intelligence software infographic seeks to compare the most important business intelligence and analytical cloud applications in an attempt to ease the decision making process small businesses need to go through when deciding upon a solution.
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By Elke Schmitt, 1 February 2013
It is no secret that large companies such like Microsoft get around 50,000 resumes per week. There is no doubt that they have an established process and software to review the candidates and only show those that are a good fit. However, also small companies need to spend some time thinking about how they want to organize their applicant tracking or HR chores in general. At GetApp we are big fans of Quora and we made a research on the most interesting Quora threads for recruiters that we want to share with you.