Outlining the Tech Behind WMS 5
One of the big names in tech nowadays is React, as well as its mobile offshoot, React Native. In fact, both these technologies were unveiled as part of the recent Wildix upgrade, WMS 5.
Although it’s been promised that React will improve Wildix software, many may be wondering how exactly that will happen.
To answer that and other questions, let’s discuss what exactly React and its uses are.
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The new technology that every business needs to stay competitive
There’s a big issue with how many businesses run their websites, and it’s something that you need to be talking to your clients about right away.
The problem is that for customers nowadays, websites aren’t responsive enough.
Sure, they have old-fashioned “contact us” buttons and email forms — but now, customers now want more than that. They want their questions answered instantly, in their current browser window with features like chat and VoIP calls.
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Those who have been in business for more than ten or fifteen years can still remember the days when companies (especially small businesses) filed customer contacts in spreadsheets on their PCs. What a waste of time that was! On top of having to update these files, when certain information had to be found, everything had to be done manually.
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Offices are reopening. But that doesn’t mean your staff wants to use them full-time.
Even considering how long analysts foresaw a massive shift to smart working, it’s safe to say few anticipated it would happen this quickly. To put numbers on it, Gallup reports the amount of US employees who work remotely doubled in under a month, shooting from 31% to 62%.
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Why Managers Should Embrace Videoconferencing
Among office workers, there’s a complaint so common that it borders on cliche:
“This meeting should have been an email.”
For all the different contexts it’s used in, what always drives this message is frustration over time management. It represents employees wanting to just do their job, not get pulled from their desks to hear information that could be given in a more streamlined way.
Continue reading “It’s Time for More Remote Meetings”