Making Tax Digital (MTD) is a UK Government initiative to help streamline HMRC returns. It will be compulsory for all VAT registered businesses which means it applies to all our Microsoft Dynamics ERP customers in SMB and Enterprise.
I read something this morning that left me slightly bewildered. According to The Guardian, ‘despite almost half (46%) of females considering a STEM career while at school, only 13% make it through to fulfilling their plans.’ Currently only 17% of jobs in the technology industry are held by women. Why?
In the UK, back in 2013, research from the Advanced Institute of Management Research reported that 40% of manufacturing companies are thought to be servitised. Now with the rise of industry 4.0, manufacturers have significantly more opportunities to focus on delivering and improving and customer experience.
Traditional CRM solutions are a thing of the past with modern systems delivering the full spectrum of applications; a strong all-round CRM solution is capable of delivering everything needed to develop and retain customer relationships.
Disruption is not only about being proactive to change but being reactive as well; organisations must be agile and need to understand that disruption is a challenge that encompasses the entire business rather than just the IT department.
Digital transformation has been a key trend for 2017 and will continue to disrupt manufacturing processes into 2018, if you haven’t already, it is time to embrace the change and take advantage of the new opportunities that it brings.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 has arrived. The latest version offers significant enhancements and new features improving integration across different business areas and systems designed to further help SMEs improve organisational efficiency.