In addition to solving the logistical problems associated with tax season, virtual data rooms have business benefits that provide a clear return-on-investment. Robin Narcisso and Jolene Griffith, controllers for growing tech company, AppFolio, share how they have saved time, reduced expenses, and the allieviated the general dread that comes with tax preparation and related activites by using a virtual data room to store their companies sensitive documentation year round.
Taxes are like going to the dentist: They take time, cost money and are both painful and necessary. Luckily, businesses can now turn to online storage solutions to save money and time on taxes and audit preparation. A must have for security conscious businesses, a virtual data room provides significant time and cost advantages over file cabinets and stacks of folders, as well as other online and electronic options.
Many successful startups focusing on scaling their businesses will come to the realization that they can experience rapid growth when there’s solid capital rolling in. Extra capital allows businesses to expand, improve their brand identity, increase inventory, and much more. But where exactly does this capital come from? The simple answer is from investors who are looking to contribute and grow a profit from an early stage company’s hard work and dedication to growing a business.
Predictable Revenue is a book authored by Aaron Ross, an early sales leader at Salesforce.The process itself can be loosely defined as a framework that uses a formulaic process to achieve year-over-year consistency and the ability for a business to scale. For SaaS B2B startups, Predictable Revenue has become the sales model du jour, elegantly solving the mysterious market entry problems most startups suffer at launch.
However, it may not be right for all companies. If it’s not a fit, it can waste millions in capital resources, take a year or more to figure out and unwind, and just as importantly, consume valuable senior management time that could be better spent on testing other channels. Here’s how to discover whether it’s right for your company or not.
While much of the attention has focused on consumer damage control at JP Morgan, Target, Home Depot and now Anthem after massive data breaches in the last year, what may be even harder for companies to deal with is the theft of employee data. What’s more, this risk may be rising as hackers increasingly target valuable personal information