Transparency is the most important factor for businesses today, according to a recent IDC survey commissioned by IFS that reveals how businesses can get sustainable ROI from ERP implementations. This study clearly proves that…
Posts by Maurice Devenney
Social media, with their immediacy and directness, bring B2B communication to new levels of openness and effectiveness. They are an ideal forum for customers to tell us what they need, to share their insights—and even question the way we do things. Social media are also great disseminators of creative innovations and the perfect tool for networking. Using them, we can respond more rapidly to generate real, lasting value for our customers. If you, like me, enjoy jargon-free, succinct communication, then I’m looking forward to sharing with, and hearing from, you. You can also join me for the craic on Twitter: @MauriceDevenney. About Maurice: Maurice has worked for IFS since 1998, communicating product innovations to customers, prospects and partners. He has also been part of the PR & IR team at IFS, working at the production end of press releases and financial reports. Before joining IFS, Maurice did his best to teach engineering undergrads to communicate in an English that was comprehensible not just to peers but to an even wider audience. He also proofs and edits scientific papers and Ph.D. dissertations.
Innovation in business is not about profitability or market share; it’s about liberation, according to Magnus Lindkvist, trend-spotter and TED speaker as he opened the IFS World Conference in Gothenburg Sweden.