Can Software Take the Guesswork out of Pricing?
Via software-as-a-service, small and midsize companies can now afford apps that help them gauge the best price for their goods and services.
Cyber-Attack Order Raises Questions
President Obama&spamp;rsquo;s executive order could mean big compliance changes for businesses down the road.
Oracle Blames “Unmotivated” Sales Force for Weak Quarter
But CFO Safra Catz was optimistic with regard to cloud and software licensing sales as newly hired staff look to meet their annual goals.
Don’t Gamify. Pleasurize.
Some gamification efforts may try too hard to win over workers with unreal motivators like points, badges, and leader boards. Just adding a little enjoyment to everyday tasks can go a long way toward improving productivity.
It All Boils Down to a Gallon of Gas
How a Massachusetts start-up’s universal energy metric could transform the way CFOs budget for sustainability.
Don’t Curse the Chit-Chat; Host the Conversation
Businesses are beginning to derive value from internal social-networking software that boosts collaboration, communication, and productivity.
Why Cyber-attack Order Matters for CFOs
President Obama’s executive order could mean big compliance changes for businesses down the road.
Firms Boost Budgets for Online 10-Ks
Electronic annual reports allow companies to disclose information without racking up printing costs.
Long Live E-mail
It may seem old-fashioned, but e-mail marketing is still valuable and cost-effective.
How to Cut $8 Million in Labor Costs
CFOs can allocate resources more efficiently and curb labor costs via scheduling-management software.