When Evercam, a unique construction camera company, took on a number of exciting new contracts, they needed to raise working capital in time for the work to begin.
In the digital age, data is the new oil. How you store your data and manage your information can be a key source of competitive advantage. That's true for every business be it a global conglomerate or a local butcher.
Whatever your sector, you have probably come across the term ‘big data’. Big data is used by a growing number of businesses to improve customer service, modify a product or service, and generally forge ahead. As an SME, you may well be wondering if it is something that’s best left to the big boys. The good news is that you needn’t hang about on the sidelines. Whatever your company size, you can use big data insights to get a better understanding of your customers - and the way they interact with your business.
Digital technology is everywhere we look. The simplest of tasks, such as shopping, involves interacting with computers from start to finish. We’re all used to computer-based checkouts, digital displays and computerised car parking. Even the traffic lights on the way to the shops are controlled by computers. Little surprise so, that in the world of business, areas once managed by people have been taken over by technology.