The benefits of integration are often overlooked. We research the type of tools and products we need (perhaps ticking off features off a list as we do), do a cost benefit-analysis of each and then make our decisions. But we need to consider integration too. We might purchase three different systems, each performing well at its own task, but at the very least that means training staff on three different products, with three sets of passwords, access, installation and support. It might take less than a minute to switch between systems and re-orientate ourselves with a new interface, but it adds up when it happens multiple times a day with multiple members of staff. While time-saving may be the most obvious benefit of purchasing an integrated multi-process system, it’s not the biggest. The best SaaS systems are designed with integration in mind. With thoughtfully designed integration, each component adds additional support, capability [...]
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A recent survey revealed that 44% of smartphone users said battery life was the one thing they would choose to improve on their smartphones. Building more efficient batteries will be the next big challenge for device manufacturers, but there are also easy ways in which users can improve their battery life without buying a new smartphone or battery. This problem affects all your customers and they’ll be looking for solutions. Seventy percent of smartphone users look online or on their device for answers before calling or visiting, so providers should ensure that support is readily available through their websites or on-device. Here are a few of the tips your customers may need when it comes to battery life: Screen and display are some of the biggest battery culprits when it comes to rapid battery draining. Changing the default time-out period for when the device goes inactive, even by only fifteen seconds, will help reduce battery drainage. [...]