While the new year can mean personal resolutions, like diet and exercise, from a business perspective, a new year can mean fresh prospects, opportunities, and ways to innovate.

As we reflect on 2014, we've taken a look at all of the customers we've talked to about their best practices and the executives who have shared their vision for the next year. We've pulled it all together in a new e-book with clear tips for how to take advantage of business intelligence data, connect to your customers, collaborate efficiently, and take your business mobile.

What the Book Is About

We’ve created the e-book, Start Your Year Off Right, with all of the above in mind. By the time you’ve finished reading it, you will have a much better understanding of steps you can take to make 2015 the year you transform your business. Available today.


The Structure of the E-Book

Each chapter contains a new vision for 2015, as well as three tips for leveraging each opportunity: 

Connect to Your Customers in a Whole New Way

The Internet of Things means that devices are more connected than ever before, but businesses need to maintain their dedication to the customers behind these connected devices rather than getting caught up in the firehose of data. To do so, you need to have a deep understanding of the often convoluted customer journey in order to provide the right experience at every touchpoint. 

Know Your Numbers

With all of these connected devices flooding the marketplace, that means that more and more data are available to businesses. But without using that data to invoke actual change in a business, the data are nothing more than just numbers. 

Collaborate Continuously 

In today's workplace, technology has made it possible for employees to be spread across cities, states, even countries. It's important to maintain collaboration in every step of your business processes; a community can help foster innovation through collaboration at the customer, partner, and employee level. 

Run Your Business From Anywhere

There's no denying that mobile technology is being adopted at a rapid pace. Both a company's employees and customers are increasingly picking up their mobile or tablet devices rather than working at a desktop, which means that every business — no matter the size or industry — should prioritize mobility, without sacrificing the quality of the user's experience. 


Get the E-Book

Click the button below to access Start Your Year Off Right to learn how to make 2015 the year you transform your business — and click here to learn about our exclusive offer for 2015!