IDC projects that by 2020, there will be 450bn business transactions taking place per day. Even for the largest enterprises, managing this explosive growth of data can be complex and cumbersome.
Chemistry Group CEO Roger Philby raises the question of whether companies should really believe there's a quick fix to corporate culture.
Founder Jeh Kazimi aims to make That Device Company the defacto interface for those who want to enjoy the benefits of being online but could not be bothered with learning complicated processes or keeping up with technology.
The prospect of a huge boost in tourist trade may sound like a tempting prospect, but even in these tough economic times, the thought of ringing tills is not always necessarily enough to persuade a community that change is good.
Corporate finance is usually used for large projects of development, growth or acquisitions of another business, and is the method blue chip companies would use. It can be obtained from several sources.
There are still hundreds of businesses that think they are operating in a version of Charles Dicken’s England, where they can pay their employees whatever they like.
With bank lending to businesses still falling, Catherine Dawson at Maxxia looks at the alternative presented by asset financing and what businesses need to do to get the most out of it.
Employers’ duty to prevent illegal working is underpinned by a civil penalty regime which is now being reviewed with a raft of Government proposals aimed at strengthening and simplifying the system.