22 January, 2020

Why preventive maintenance is crucial for your machines

By: Lana Bawaneh

Every machine is prone to damage due to usage and time factors, so it is necessary to perform routine checkups in order to spot any issues that need fixing, which in turn will enhance the machines’ lifetime.

Regardless of the quality of your machines, every machine will require repairs even if it has the best design and material; therefore, repairs must be done whether the machines are damaged or not. We usually fix our machines when there is something wrong with them or if they stop working, this will actually cost us more money and even hinder our productivity. In order to prevent such issues, we have to apply some precautions on the machines. This article is going to shed some light on Preventive Maintenance; but in order to understand its importance, one first needs to know what it means.

14 January, 2020

Why digital supply chain is the answer for the FMCG industry

By: Cesilia Faustina

The supply chain industry is changing. With the dependency on the global market, customer demands are now increasing and thus the need for the supply chain is essential. Large quantities of demands have made it difficult though to create an organized supply chain system. All these changes and demands are leading more businesses to utilize different methods of productivity, that being the utilization of technology.

Supply Chain Management (SCM) system is becoming an important part of many companies, seeing it is nearly impossible nowadays to handle all logistics activities without some form of technical assistance.

The SCM system is now the standard, and without it, businesses are risking falling behind in the market. This is the reason businesses are now shifting towards an innovative move – by fully automating the SCM process. So how exactly will having an automated process help FMCG producers increase productivity?

Employees Self-Service: Benefits for HR Management

By: Ola Azzouqa

Human Resources Management (HRM) is an essential part of organizations. HRM usually concentrates on recruiting, managing, and directing people who work in the same organization. Human Resource Management (HRM) deals with issues related to compensation, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, training, and much more. HRM plays a strategic role in managing people and the workplace.

Human Resource departments are looking for new ways to automate and digitalize their routine tasks. HRM automation is the process of enhancing the efficiency of the HR department by freeing HR staff from tedious manual tasks and allowing them to focus on complex tasks like decision making and strategizing.

How technology-based marketing can save your business

By: Cesilia Faustina

It is no surprise that technology has become the heart and soul of modern life nowadays. That said, everybody should be expecting fully-fledged technology-run organizations all around, which we can see, well, everywhere these days. As all these companies are shifting into high-tech processes, every aspect of their workflow is becoming digital. The digitalization of industries today means a new standard of the way businesses are run.

So what can this possibly mean for businesses today? Don’t worry, we are not looking at a dystopia where we will be controlled by robots, we can live in harmony amongst one another. In fact, technology might actually just have a few benefits to offer our society today.

Accounts Receivable in Financial Management Systems

By: Ola Azzouqa

Financial software is at the core of today’s business organizations. Companies need to ensure that their financial flows are well-established and will not cause any disruption, which is why many companies are moving towards digitalization.

A financial management software system enables companies to quickly assemble financial statements and balance sheets. It eliminates long and complicated manual processes and provides the necessary data to make important business decisions. Moreover, it can break down departmental barriers and enable employees to gather data quickly from both inside and outside their departments.

Authorized employees can access information immediately after it is entered in the system, rather than waiting for data update. This reduces settlement cycle time, lowers administrative costs and frees resources so they can spend more time on value-added activities.

In the age of the Internet, customers look for more than product quality

By: Omar Abdul-Hafiz

It is a known fact nowadays that product quality, although essential for customer satisfaction, is no longer enough on its own. Customers are now becoming more aware and much harder to please. And with the intense rise in competition between businesses around the world, customer retention has grown more challenging than ever before.

In light of this, it is important to pose the question: What do customers look for other than product or service quality? Well, there is a short answer and a long one. The short answer is customer engagement. The longer answer, however, is digitalized customer engagement.

How time tracking systems boost team performance

By: Lana Bawaneh

To keep up with industrial growth and development, it is essential to practice good organizational skills. Being disorganized can hinder the ability to get where you want to be professionally, decrease productivity, cost time and money and can even become very stressful. Also, the disorder can cause confusing dates, mixing up assignments and missing deadlines.

As for the fact that the employees are a company’s greatest assets and through them, the company will accomplish its goals and objectives; companies need to provide their teams with the best work environment and tools that will make working and achieving goals smoothly. One of the most effective tools a company can provide for its teams is a tool that can keep their work and tasks organized, tracked and controlled.

The recruitment management system and its benefits for HR today

By: Cesilia Faustina

Employees are the core of every business. But unfortunately, hiring them can be quite a hassle. We all understand the necessity for maintaining your human resources and the process of finding them. This, however, does not change the difficulties of actually trying to find the right employees.

According to a report by Grand View Research Inc., the global HR industry is expected to reach 30 billion USD by 2025. As the population is rising, more and more people are in need of employment. Companies are now becoming more overwhelmed with the number of applications and finding “the right one.” We are now looking at new ways for businesses to simplify the recruitment process. Technology is playing an important role in how we conduct our daily routine, seeing how organizations and technology are now interrelated with each other.

How to maintain a collaborative and successful work environment

By: Lana Bawaneh

In a business world that is growing quickly, organizations need to keep up with this rapid development and expand their work by producing various products and services in order to grab more potential clients from different industries. One of the most essential elements in creating a healthy work environment is team management.

In any company, teams need to be defined clearly based on their missions; and communication between the different teams, as well as between members of the same team, needs to be smooth and positive.

This article briefly describes what a collaborative workforce looks like, and also gives you some tips that may guide you in building a healthy work atmosphere full of creativity and innovation.

What to look for in an ERP Software Suite

By: Lotfi Al-Sarori

An ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a suite of integrated software systems that work together to optimize the various business processes in a company. Systems comprising an ERP suite usually use a common unified datastore, have centralized administration, and operate in real-time (or near real-time). Like any other business software, ERPs must provide solid system security, effective access control, and flexible user rights management.

Enterprise Resource Planning Software Demystified

By: Lotfi Al-Sarori

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software has been in use for over 20 years. In fact, its predecessor, MRP (Material Requirements Planning) software, used in manufacturing and production planning, has been around since the 1960’s. Many software companies around the globe today offer a plethora of ERP software systems that have a wide range of capabilities and features and for various purposes and industries.

However, in order to understand the importance of ERP, let us first get to know what ERP systems are.

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