The cornerstone of every company’s operation is being able to meet its customers’ needs. So why risk your company’s reputation – and compromise your capacity to satisfy customer expectations – by teaming up with questionable, unproven software vendors? It’s one
What is ransomware? Like the digital version of a Liam Neeson film, it’s a category of malevolent software designed to hijack use of a computer or device until some amount of currency or value is paid to the perpetrator. The
Who knew a bunch of 1s and 0s could be so powerful? When a business gathers data and closely inspects the insights and patterns, the outcome can be better decisions, smoother operations, and happier customers. DPS Seed, our solution specifically targeted to meet the unique needs and challenges of the seed distribution industry, incorporates tracking data, inventory data, client data and more to help your company be more efficient then ever.
Every organization has its own way of doing things. Often, homegrown systems arise out of necessity. Even though these cobbled-together solutions are commonly not very efficient and sometimes break down, they can become “the way it’s always been.” There’s a better way. DPS Seed, our solution specifically targeted to meet the unique needs and challenges of the seed distribution industry, is a major step up from your current homegrown system.
With sunshine, water, and TLC, a tiny seed can become a seedling and then grow into a flourishing plant. Likewise, customers need nurturing to fulfill the potential of their lifetime values. DPS Seed, our solution specifically targeted to meet the unique needs and challenges of the seed distribution industry, provides several ways to nurture your customers at every stage of the lifecycle.
Your company’s eCommerce strategy should always be in the heads and the hands of your sales representatives. That’s why DPS created PocketFlash, a self-service B2B software solution created to target your mobile field force, across route sales representatives and remote
What drives an organization to use CRM in the first place? We’ve found that it’s most often things like high customer churn, inefficient processes, poor lead conversion and unreliable reporting. But once companies become invested in their CRM technology, it’s up to them to get the most out of it. There are many ways to really juice the most out of your CRM, but in reflecting, these are probably the most potent.
It’s tough. You want to get rid of extra manual tasks in your office(s) and warehouse(s) to save your workers’ time and reduce shipping and transaction errors, and you’re also really concerned about streamlining your operations as a whole.
Do you know how much it’s costing you to simply keep your inventory in your warehouse(s) each year? Not sure? You’re not alone. As many as 65 percent of wholesale distributors in the U.S. don’t know their carrying cost numbers, and experts estimate that the annual cost ranges from 18 to 35 percent-with some companies seeing their costs as high as 50 percent for their stock!
So you’ve been asked to lead a software selection project for your company’s new ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system. You know of some popular software vendors, but where do you go from here?