Tech giant Google’s multi-billion fine from the European Commission for monopolising the internet could dramatically improve the user experience of businesses – and spark innovation.
For many software businesses, international expansion is a crucial route for sustaining growth. Reaching new customers and broadening talent pools are good reasons to pursue a global strategy – and the time has never been better to do so.
Businesses used to worry about break-ins. But now, criminals are more likely to come in through your inbox than a side door or window late at night. They want your data, your customer’s data, bank details, sensitive financial information and intellectual property.
While many businesses may look to software company SAP and think it’s only for blue-chip corporations, this is a myth the company is looking to shatter.
Ahead of the 19th outing of the Amazon Growing Business Awards on 29 November, we take a closer look at the shortlist by exploring the best B2B companies in the UK.
When Simon Coughlin and Mark Reynier took a punt and bought the historic Bruichladdich whiskey distillery on Islay in 2002 they couldn’t have imagined the roller-coaster journey they’d go on.
As a business leader, it can be difficult to tell if the business is growing from its core, or if it’s being influenced by its environment.
Enterprise resource planning software has a nasty reputation for over running deadlines, exceeding budgets and failing to meet expectations.
The heat is on. Businesses need to find ways to grow and adapt in today’s fast-paced market, with many forced to make big changes to reach their broader digital transformation goals.
Following a consultation garnering 3,000 response, HMRC has announced how the Making Tax Digital policy will look in action and made amendments to suit concerned businesses.
As a longstanding software company – Oyster Bay has been running since the 80s – it is important to keep up with changing technology.
In just a few weeks’ time businesses up and down the country will be preparing for the Christmas downtime, and while it may be tempting to enjoy the quiet period while it lasts, now is the perfect chance to reflect on the last 12 months and plan ahead to the New Year – especially when it comes to getting your finances in order.