In today’s digital world, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to control communication as an organization. Employees and customers are bombarded with literally thousands of messages daily from multiple channels.
At your university, you probably have thousands of alumni who you want to be able to keep in touch with and keep engaged. However, well over 90% of graduates change their contact information within the first two years after graduation. You risk losing out on several valuable connections and a thriving alumni network.
Is your privacy a part of your online security? After all, it’s getting harder than ever to keep personal information secure and private. And if the wrong people get a hold of your information, you could even risk things like identity theft.
Want to get more visibility for your company? But you know how it is… You don’t have the social media follower counts to get more social media engagement. And anyway, most of them are irrelevant contacts.
Today, with quickly shifting business environments, the success of organizations depends on excellent collaboration between every single level of the supply chain. To ensure companies, and customers, are getting their goods and services on time, better communication needs to be maintained with suppliers.
In a previous blog, we talked about how organizations are striving to transform the way they do their business digitally. For them to successfully change, they need systems that serve the different functions their businesses operate on.