Category Archives: Business

6 Transformative Applications of AI in Business

applications of AI in business

Statistics state that 37% of businesses in the US now use AI. Additionally, recent reports are also stating that AI poses the potential to increases business profitability rates by 38% by 2035. AI in business opens up avenues for measurable process optimization and increased efficiency. Businesses that don’t invest in AI run the risk of falling behind the […]

Why Automate Business Correspondences?

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It’s expected that by 2023, there will be nearly 350 billion emails sent and received every day. If emails are a large part of your business correspondence, you need to be able to send automated emails so your employees don’t have to waste valuable time typing out responses. Keep reading to learn why and how you can […]

Team Collaboration Tools and Strategies to Improve Your Business Culture

Team collaboration

Without question, team collaboration is the lifeblood of your business. Studies show that greater than 64 percent of people in the workplace stuck to work tasks when they involved collaboration, as opposed to solo activities. As such, you owe it to yourself to look into the tools and strategies that will help you collaborate. Regardless of the […]

7 Ways to Format a Marketing Newsletter That Will Reel Investors In

Format a Marketing Newsletter

The first mass email campaign was sent in 1978. There were around 400 recipients. Yet, despite the fact that marketing newsletters have been in use for over 40 years, it’s still effective. That might have something to do with the fact that there are over 3.8 billion email users worldwide. And that number is expected […]

GDPR: What It Is and What It Means for Your Organization

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Due to the increasing amount of privacy concerns for users, the EU in 2016 decided it was time to replace its outdated Data Protection Directive with GDPR, giving organizations two years to get everything in place.

GDPR was put in place to protect the personal data of users living in an EU country. Once the law hits the books, companies around the world have to follow the regulations when it comes to residents or those living within the EU. Failure to comply can result in lofty fines.