Digital transformation starts with changing how you sell

PROS advertorial

Restructuring how you understand and respond to customer needs creates business growth and alignment, says Geoff Webb, vice president of strategy at PROS

Q&A: Successful digital transformation requires a growth mindset

Frances van Spijkeren, Europe, Middle East and Africa head of customer success at getAbstract

Frances van Spijkeren, Europe, Middle East and Africa head of customer success at getAbstract, outlines how a growth mindset and learning culture will be central to excelling in the digital age

Q&A: Digital transformation without the hurdles

Neil Roberts, head of public sector at Fortrus

Neil Roberts, head of public sector at Fortrus, shares his experiences of this momentous year so far and explains the Fortrus Framework

People-centred, data-driven change in a digital world

A 2019 Automation Logic DevOps Academy cohort

With the need for digital transformation only accelerating during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s more important than ever that companies put customer centricity at the heart of their business

Driving transformation in the telco sector

Analysys Mason advertorial

Faced with disruption from numerous angles, telcos are under great pressure to transform, but with most change programmes failing, they need to approach transformation the right way

Working in the ‘new normal’: How to ensure visibility in an uncertain world

Wurqi advertorial

Making the right decisions, but being flexible enough to change direction quickly if required, is difficult enough at the best of times, but it is even more tricky when everyone is working from home, says Qasim Kirmani, chief executive of Wurqi

Reimagining work in the new normal

SurveyMonkey advertorial

As businesses are presented with an opportunity to reimagine the whole idea of work, it’s more important than ever they connect with employees as part of a culture of curiosity

Virtual meeting tools come of age

Loopup advertorial

If there’s a defining technology of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s the video conference - but simplicity and reliability are must-haves