Demystifying Technology

Cloud computing and big data are no longer just buzz words, they are driving business transformation even for small and midsize businesses.

Intelligence as an advantage.

Everything around us is measured, effectively making every business now a data-driven one. How can that be used to your advantage? Intelligent business solutions combine people, data, systems, and processes for a real-time view of what’s going on. Watching these data shifts leads to more successful decision-making, such as where and how to engage customers and which services to offer.

Clear view of business performance. 

We  leverage Technology to bring together operational power and customer insights to give you a holistic view of the data that makes up your business and your customer decisions. With that 360-degree view, you can identify time and cost savings, areas for performance boosts, and manual processes that can be automated for efficiency.

Gaining the Competitive Advantage with Big Data

In a study produced by Harvard Business Review, it was found that data-driven companies performed better than those in the same industry.

Transforming big data into intelligence is simply about seeing the existing data in a new and meaningful way to help you strengthen your business, performance, productivity or relationships.

Big data and intelligence will not erase the need for human insight or vision, but intelligence will drive better decisions about your business and enable you to move with more agility and stay competitive in the market.

Doctor saw huge improvements in financial management and tangible time savings by automating manual reporting processes, reducing month-end closing time by 50 percent and recovering up to 400 hours/year in time spent processing transactions. And with the ability to capture operational and customer data in real time, they’re now able to provide a level of service to their customers that sets them apart from competitors.

The key to a small business's success may fit into the palm of your hand. 

Over 25 percent of small businesses use their mobile device for business at least every hour, and not just when they're on the road; 78 percent of small business owners use their mobile device while in front of their computer (a ten percent increase since 2012) for reasons ranging from checking personal texts or email (48 percent) to speedier email access (25 percent).
Small businesses now rely on mobile phones for once-traditional pen-and-paper tasks such as appointment scheduling or communicating with customers (56 percent), creating notes or to-do lists (30 percent) and banking (24 percent).

2Create360 empowers small business owners to succeed on their own terms by helping them stand out, connect with customers and grow their companies by leveraging technology.