Digital Age as we make the transition into the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The legacy model of spending years developing software can no longer keep pace with the rabid appetite generated by the app-of-the-day mindset. We need lean, lightweight, portable components.
In this fast-paced digital era, businesses must transform to compete successfully in their market. Fifty years ago, the average life expectancy of a Fortune 500 company was 75 years; today it’s less than 15. That means agile software solutions must be a part of your digital transformation strategy.
From time to time, we are honored to have an industry luminary contribute a post to the Topdown blog. Today, we are thrilled to have Kaspar Roos, head of Aspire CCS, share some insights from a recent industry survey his team conducted on the transformation of customer communications management into customer experience management.
A number of industries have been using document automation for decades as a way of streamlining the creation of their electronic communications. Insurance agencies, financial services, and legal firms automate the creation of contracts, policies, and customer correspondence among other things.
An overwhelming 75% of IT budgets are allocated to maintaining their internal systems. It’s no surprise that businesses of all sizes are looking to shift the expense of their infrastructure from capital to operating, while simultaneously reducing IT spend. Hence the intense interest in cloud computing.
With so many technology buzzwords thrown around these days, it can be hard to determine which ones actually matter. More challenging yet is actually understanding the fine nuances that define them. Here we’ll explain the difference between CCM software and a CCM platform.