White Paper: Advaiya
A common reason projects fail is a lack of visibility over the entire spectrum of the project management process (PMP). Establishing a PMO is recommended to manage multiple projects and programs in collaboration under a centralized hub. By adhering to standardization, project teams can overcome hurdles and ensure that projects succeed. Bringing together data from different line-of-business applications and preparing a consolidated view eases the business innovation capability. To ensure the greatest impact, organizations need to efficiently handle large programs and invest in the right business strategy by understanding how projects are performing, and which projects should have the highest priority.
How to improve collaboration between teams? What is the impact of low visibility and improper workflows? How do data-driven decisions improve project performance?
Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these:
What Makes a Project Portfolio Difficult to Manage?
How to establish proper project management practices?
How can AdValue suppliment Constant Business Innovation?
Why Should You Choose Advaiya for PPM?
Retailers today face enormous challenges in delivering the fast, reliable, 24x7 omni-channel experience across multiple devices that users demand — and they won’t wait around for you to get it right. Preparing your site for the holidays requires a balance between making it reliable and making it fast. Continually improve your site, monitoring throughout the year and tweaking it to keep it in top shape. Because yes, the holidays are going to test you to your limit! Create an environment of continuous testing and continual improvement in your organization. The objective of this whitepaper is to see what differences, if any, there are in user behavior and conversion outcomes, and to make predictions for 2016. The findings are outlined below: The performance sweet spot could be 2 seconds or less Overall load times improved between 2014 and 2015 In 2015, fewer shoppers experienced optimal load times Slower pages experienced up to a 58% increase in bounce rate
By: Retailer Web Services
Online reviews are essential for the reputation of local businesses. When a company provides a service or a product, the customer is either satisfied or dissatisfied. In the digital world today, customers often take their experience straight to the web. Online business reviews will no longer be a source of embarrassment or anxiety—they’ll be an incredible asset to your business. With the rise of social media and online reviews, our interactions have been forever magnified and transformed. This whitepaper talks about the importance of online customer reviews and how it helps your clients manage their online reputation and generate reviews to stay ahead of the competition. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Prominent display of business reviews Odds are stacked against you: Customers with bad experiences are more likely to leave reviews Multiply the effect of good reviews by showcasing and sharing them You’re not safe just because you have no reviews And that’s not all you can gain from bad reviews
Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is not a new concept, but it has been growing in importance. The theory is that SRM helps enterprises drive value in both recessionary periods – like that of the last few...