This is part of a joint blog series -- written by Dani Hao at Procurify.
Cultivating a ‘good’ company culture has already been written to death in the form of academic literature, business publications and ‘best practices’ white papers alike. Silicon Valley firms often tend to boast about
Michael Jordan said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”
What if SaaS purchasing was a team effort?
Empowering teams to collaborate on the procurement process and make independent purchasing decisions helps manage SaaS sprawl. It may seem counterintuitive, but
Please stop by my office. I want to speak with you.”
That was the email I received from our CFO. It was 2013, back in the day when I was leading Product Strategy & Innovation at Big Fuel (acquired by Publicis). We reached 150 employees, and a problem was brewing.
“Michoel, I am looking at
Scary news this week for IT Managers and Zoom users everywhere. More than 4 million Zoom users on Macs are at risk of having their webcams hijacked.
I decided to be a marketer when I was 11 years old. Whenever I tell people that, the response is usually a mix of curiosity and pity. But when you get to know me, it all makes sense. And I wanted to market a product that makes sense, with a team that enables my curiosity and creativity.
Erin Merchant is the IT Manager at Envoy and very intentionally calls her department Workplace Tech. Envoy is filled with scrappy self-starters who need and want to take functionality and tools into their own hands.
Google’s Enterprise Suite has clear administrative and productivity benefits for IT staff. It’s easy to get up and running, naturally integrates with existing systems, and offers robust centralized management consoles. That said, G-Suite isn’t without challenges. As the system becomes more