What is Big Data?
According to the Advanced Performance Institute "Big Data is the term used to describe our ability to make sense of the ever-increasing volumes of data in the world". This video from the institute talks about the emergence of the big data economy and how, if managed properly, it can help enterprises better understand and predict customer behavior.
A large amount of information is now being collected on people, so data protection rules need to be put in place in order to control all of the metadata being pulled together from various sources. Consequently companies need to re-think their business model and decide how to treat data as an asset.
This Big Data movement is aligned with Neopost's Customer Information Management solutions that enable organizations to capture customer data quickly, enrich it and update it easily. This enhances customer interactions and greatly improves relationship management.
A Sustainable Future for the Postal Industry
Do you know how to precisely measure your postage revenue leakage? Are your information systems smart enough to gather the right data to ensure all postage items are accounted for? And can you estimate how much money you would get back if you implemented a revenue protection plan?
More than a Million Small Companies Lacking Basic Digital Skills
This interesting article by Ben Lobel highlights the surprising lack of digital skills at a surprising number of small companies in the UK. Some 23% of all small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) still lack basic digital skills, according to the latest UK Business Digital Index. And this trend is even more...