Discover the advantages from an IT Manager perspective

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Discover the advantages from an IT Manager perspective 2018-07-09T10:04:12+02:00

Digital tools are in constant evolution and the average company struggles to keep up with changes. The requests you receive increase daily and they don’t take into account infrastructure limits and the upkeep behind every acquisition.

Companies often don’t utilize their IT and the digital tools at their disposal and waste time looking for hybrid solutions, especially when there are issues at stake such as data security, which require greater investment and more careful attention.

IT managers who have visited this page have selected these issues:

You need to equip your company with a tool whose security conforms to OWASP standards. It would be even better if it were based on cloud servers such as the Amazon AWS or Linode where only average data is uploaded, making hacking absolutely useless.

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If data isn’t utilized maybe it’s because it’s incomplete or not easy to understand. Often good usability allows for an extensive use of an application, providing for the generation of implicit data. Improve the UX of your instruments! Remember that 65% of users want tools that are easy to use (source: IBM)

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You need every member of the company to feel like a “data manager”. Everybody needs to understand that the quantity, completeness and accuracy of the data they collect has an impact on company outcomes. This is why they need clear guidelines on how to collect and share data. But you need to give people a tool that makes this task easy and quick. By 2020, Gartner forecasts that 50% of analytic queries will be generated by searches, NLP technology or by voice commands. This means that a CEO on the move will suddenly find it much simpler to consult and get answers through a mobile device.

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Digitalization and gamification offer the tools you need to communicate extensively with the market and to interact with it through a variety of channels, pushing it to carry out your desired actions. Furthermore, they do it in an integrated way that is capable of offering a positive customer experience. IDC estimates that the B2B app enterprise market will take off (collaborative CAGR solutions), with a 19.3% growth in the next year, breaking the 5 billion mark in sales.

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In the end, maybe you’ve been asking yourself if this is truly an opportunity or if it’s actually a problem for your company?

Let’s start off with a number of problems you know all too well:

  • You have a constant stream of requests and you’re unable to make sense of them;
  • Integrations are recursive, and they lead to seemingly endless loops;
  • ERP and CRM don’t communicate with one another and those who use them only do so partially;
  • Pressure rises due to requests from different departments who use different tools;
  • Security is underestimated, and company data are constantly at risk.

These are just some of the situations that happen on a day-to-day basis in a company. We know these situations well because we’ve had firsthand experience with them.

Did you know that gamification could make all the difference in your activities?

Here are some of the advantages you could benefit from:

  • Obtaining all the benefits of a fast and clear tool that can be integrated with CRM and ERP.
  • Utilizing a tool where UX and UI are already optimized.
  • Having greater security with OWASP standards where Amazon Cloud servers manage only average data, effectively making any attempt at hacking useless.
  • Optimizing the process all the way until actual validation without having to systematically go back to the code or to integrations to complete your work.

Because there’s nothing better than gamification in order to get taken seriously!

IT managers who have visited this page have selected these issues:

You need to equip your company with a tool whose security conforms to OWASP standards. It would be even better if it were based on cloud servers such as the Amazon AWS or Linode where only average data is uploaded, making hacking absolutely useless.

Get Your E-Book

If data isn’t utilized maybe it’s because it’s incomplete or not easy to understand. Often good usability allows for an extensive use of an application, providing for the generation of implicit data. Improve the UX of your instruments! Remember that 65% of users want tools that are easy to use (source: IBM)

Get Your E-Book

You need every member of the company to feel like a “data manager”. Everybody needs to understand that the quantity, completeness and accuracy of the data they collect has an impact on company outcomes. This is why they need clear guidelines on how to collect and share data. But you need to give people a tool that makes this task easy and quick. By 2020, Gartner forecasts that 50% of analytic queries will be generated by searches, NLP technology or by voice commands. This means that a CEO on the move will suddenly find it much simpler to consult and get answers through a mobile device.

Get Your E-Book

Digitalization and gamification offer the tools you need to communicate extensively with the market and to interact with it through a variety of channels, pushing it to carry out your desired actions. Furthermore, they do it in an integrated way that is capable of offering a positive customer experience. IDC estimates that the B2B app enterprise market will take off (collaborative CAGR solutions), with a 19.3% growth in the next year, breaking the 5 billion mark in sales.

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Get your free E-book designed specially for your role as IT manager in order to take advantage of gamification in IT projects.

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