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Top Picks of the Week - 4th May

Here are our top tips of the week from the digital sphere. Enjoy!


We're already in May, which means GDPR deadline is upon us!

Are you dreading it? Well, there's no reason to worry, our expert team is here to help you through it.

And hey, May the enforcement be with you!

Find out more here.



Spotlight on Emily Pries: Stopping Human Trafficking

Every now and then in our society we hear about someone who inspires us greatly and creates something amazing for a more than worthy cause. Emily Pries is one of those people. Emily is a US coder, who along with being extremely well respected in her own field, as well as a key member of the Girls Who Code movement, also instructed young people on the Summer Immersion Program hosted at AppNexus’ New York headquarters in 2017. During this programme she was working on something that would have a life changing impact in her field and far beyond.

Read more about Emily's impact here.



Cambridge Analytica Shock the World Again...

This week Cambridge Analytica declared solvency and announced their shutdown, effective: immediately. But it doesn’t quite end there… While it initially appeared that Cambridge Analytica were to shut down for good, documents indicate they are relaunching their brand as “Emerdata”, founded in mid-2017 with a board of directors that have an uncanny resemblance to those of CA.

Read more about this here.



SAP vs NetSuite... What are the main differences?

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software is fast becoming an essential tool for organisational management. When choosing an ERP solution, chances are you will feel overwhelmed by the plethora of options available on the software market. Luckily, there are two full feature, all-in-one ERP solutions that can easily manage every aspect of your organisations’ processes: NetSuite and SAP Business One. Both are market leaders when it comes to ERP, so how do you choose between them?

In this e-guide, we are assessing the various strengths and weaknesses of both platforms, and hopefully we will help you decide on which is the best match for your business.



Though it’s called Customer Relationship Management, it can be useful beyond just handling relations

CRM helps you handle business processes easily, but you shouldn’t just view it as a tool to improve customer service and make things easier for everyone. When employed effectively, CRM should be seen as an important means to the benefits of improving efficiency, boosting sales and turning prospects into customers. It has a proven track record of increasing sales, productivity and forecast accuracy.

This guide will show you how to use CRM to increase sales easily and effectively.


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