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6 Data Cleansing Best Practices for a Healthier Database

Posted by Thanh Nguyen on

Data cleansing is one of the most important steps in the data preparation process. As companies are increasingly dependent on data to make crucial decisions, inferior data can leads to inefficiency, missed opportunities, or even financial losses. Thus, ensuring a “clean” database is one of the biggest challenge in today's organisations.

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Blog Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

[Infographic] Understand the Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

At the core, the relationships between mentors and mentees/ coaches and coachees are built on trust, respect, and confidentiality.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Step Up Your Data Game with These 9 Data Management Best Practices

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

As a result of the ever-increasing amount of data, reducing the need for manual tasks in data management is a key objective every business should be pursuing. These data management best practices are used by industry-leading businesses to help increase visibility into their data and reduce costly errors.

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Blog Topics: Cloud Computing, Digital Transformation, cybersecurity

An Overview of Treasury Management and Treasury Management Software

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

While treasury management has always been critical in ensuring a corporate’s liquidity and financial viability, its role appears to have become even more important in recent years. When the treasury department operates as a strategic business partner, working closely with other business functions, it needs better tools and technology.

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Blog Topics: Financial Accounting Management Software

How AstraZeneca Cuts Costs by Automating Their Expense Management

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

Today, AstraZeneca is widely known for their Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine, co-developed with the University of Oxford. But this hardly is the first time the pharma giant pushes the boundaries of science to deliver life-changing medicine.

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Blog Topics: Financial Accounting Management Software

What To Look For In a Planning and Budgeting Solution?

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

What enterprises today have an abundance of are pressures. For instance, the pressure of addressing challenges associated with planning and distributing budget rationally, or the pressure of finding an optimal financial solution.

Forward-looking CFOs have shifted away from the traditional spreadsheets to a more sophisticated solution that can enable them to make more informed decisions based on real-time data and insights.

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Blog Topics: Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)

Top Business Coaches in The World – Who Are They?

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

Coaching is a powerful tool to empower employees. However, it is often underutilised. When implemented effectively, coaching can make an impact on an individual's life and career. Leaders that apply coaching techniques can unlock individuals' potential and maximise their capabilities, thus, creating a more productive, engaged, and satisfied workforce.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Hotels and OTAs: Frenemies, Coexistence, A Marriage of Convenience

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

A new study conducted by Expedia Group in a partnership with global research firm BVA BDRC examines the contribution of OTAs to the travel and tourism industry, specifically the US market, reports that hotel bookings via OTAs will continue to rise even after the pandemic12. The study also stated travellers stay more nights, spend more on-property, and generate more revenue for local communities compared to direct hotel bookers.

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Blog Topics: Hospitality solutions

Want to Empower Your Employees Even More? Be Lazy!

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

It's been a century since efficiency expert Frank Bunker Gilbreth discovered in 1920 that it's best to hire a lazy worker to do a hard job because they will find an easy way to do it. (And no, it's not Bill Gates who said it first.) But the philosophy of "working smarter, not harder" has not fully caught on among managers themselves. 

In an article published on FastCompany, Matt Casey, author of The Management Delusion—The Easy Way to Do a Hard Job, shared his thoughts on "the lazy management approach", a term which he coined during his time at Moonfruit (UK). The name is a clever take on the nature of his management position, and it has nothing with being lazy.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

How Hotels Can Create New Revenue Streams Amid And Post Pandemic

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

Experts estimate it might take more than a year for the hospitality industry to recover from the monstrous effects of COVID-19. Many hotel managers are utilising this downtime to deep clean the entire venue and revise projects that are otherwise impossible to do when hotels are full.

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Blog Topics: Hospitality solutions

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