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Here’s why updating your software applications once every five years isn’t going to work

Software|

You probably want your business to work as efficiently as possible, but updating your software can be a difficult expense to justify when there are so many other expenses that must also come out of your annual budget. Sure, you may assume that you’ll be able to get by with 5-year-old software, but smart

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What’s the difference between a responsive design website and a separate mobile website?

Mobile|

By now, every business owner should know that if they don’t have a website where potential customers can find them and learn about their company, they’re basically invisible. But for many people, it can be hard to differentiate between a website with a responsive design, and a separate mobile website. And it’s likely that

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How financial services providers are using software to compete

Custom software development|

Technology has continued to evolve and change the way that businesses operate. One industry that will greatly benefit from customised software solutions is the financial services sector. This is especially true for many Australian financial businesses, which have seen SME banking fail to evolve as quickly as retail banking. This means that many companies

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How to gain that competitive edge without changing your business

Customer satisfaction|

Former CEO of GE (General Electric) Jack Welch famously said: “If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete”. So, unless you have a game plan and know how to win market share, there’s little point in trying to compete with other businesses in your niche. Choosing to compete on price alone can be

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The secrets to your startup success

Productivity, Startup|

What makes one startup achieve success and another fail miserably? Some say it’s partly luck, while others say it’s just hard work. Many entrepreneurs refer to the commonly cited statistics, which tell us that 90% of all tech startups and 30-40% of startups in other industries will fail completely, meaning even the most

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