White Paper: CloudCraze
Most leadership teams recognize the opportunity to boost sales and cement customer relationships by building better online and mobile experiences. But when faced with a variety of options and a growing sense of urgency, just getting started can be a challenge.
At $1 trillion, the global B2B market is four times the size of the B2C market overall. Yet in its Wave™ B2B Commerce Suites Q2 2015, Forrester reports that most B2B companies lag their B2C counterparts in terms of digital maturity and quality of customer experience.
Whether starting from scratch or replacing an aging legacy platform, you can find the most effective implementations by following six key principles in this whitepaper:
Candid assessment of how the system can improve or extend a company’s core business
Make a long-term plan with clear, short-term objectives
Talk with customers
Allow for iteration based on a feedback loop
Align your team, deploy fast and measure ROI
Develop a culture of commerce
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How to empower business users with information based user interface? Nowadays, organizations are looking for a way to more effectively empower business users to create, manage, and optimize the online experience for their visitors in a fiercely competitive environment. This whitepaper outlines the key capabilities that can empower business users to drive effective value on the web through a contextual approach and contextual digital online strategy. It also addresses: How can you empower business users to address the increasing demands of the evolving web? What are the five fundamental prerequisites essential for content creation and management in user interface? What are the benefits of information based user interface over traditional WCM system? Why traditional WCM editorial tools are falling short of meeting firms needs? How to use advanced web user interface to enhance productivity and empower business users?
The phrase 'challenges of regulatory reporting' means different things to different organizations. Regulatory reporting submissions are only as good as the data they contain. Constant activity which encompasses formal preparation, robust submission, comprehensive sign off and approval, and on-going maintenance and review are some of the key components needed to have confidence in submissions. The creation of a consistent 'golden source' of data will increase both confidence and performance in firms' ongoing regulatory reporting and compliance challenges. This whitepaper explores several key regulatory reporting challenges including: Regulations and directives driving the agenda Impact and uncertainty the UK's exit from Europe (Brexit) may have on regulators Costs of compliance weighed against regulatory fines and reputational damage Potentially contradictory interpretation and application of regulations Role and recent decisions of the regulators themselves Existing gaps between regulatory rules, and organizations’ processes and controls