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2021 Budgeting: Making the Case for Modern Contract Management

David Parks December 3, 2020 Research firm Gartner predicts that enterprise software spend will grow 7.2% in 2021. In a recent article in ZDNet, Gartner research VP John-David Lovelock said, “Companies have more IT to do and less money to do it. As a result, CIOs are spending more in areas that will accelerate their … Continue reading 2021 Budgeting: Making the Case for Modern Contract Management

Google Advertising Adds a 2% Tax: Budgeting For the New UK Digital Services Tax

Susan Hallam September 5, 2020 Advertisers on the Google UK platform will pay an additional 2% levy on top of their advertising spend effective 1st November 2020. The new UK Digital Services Tax is a charge on revenues made by businesses that provide social media services, search engine, or online marketplaces to UK-based users. The … Continue reading Google Advertising Adds a 2% Tax: Budgeting For the New UK Digital Services Tax

Budgeting for Learning and Development? 5 Tips

Rick Lepsinger — April 2, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc— April 2, 2018 Learning and development can play a significant role in the success of an organization by helping prepare high-potential employees for future leadership roles. It also smooths out the succession management process, minimizing disruptions and maximizing long-term performance. In fact, studies show that companies with … Continue reading Budgeting for Learning and Development? 5 Tips

Budgeting and Bidding Strategies for Paid Search During the Holidays

Elizabeth Marsten — November 24, 2016 — November 24, 2016 The holidays are nearly here, and PPC marketers are already in overdrive. As a rule of thumb, the holiday season means more impressions, more click-throughs and (hopefully!) higher conversion rates. However, there might be some paid search marketers out there who’re procrastinating and will dive … Continue reading Budgeting and Bidding Strategies for Paid Search During the Holidays

Budgeting for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework

by Anthony AlvesSeptember 21, 2016 Companies can easily underestimate the investment required to meet compliance. Thinking compliance is a one-and-done activity that you can skate by with minimal spend only sets you up for unpleasant surprises later on. Compliance can be a long, drawn-out process, involving everyone including HR, finance, security, and leadership. So it’s … Continue reading Budgeting for a Compliance Audit: A Practical Framework