From the iPad to the Kindle to the Surface to the Nexus, there is a wide variety of tablets to choose from. Most people use them for email, e-readers, playing games or watching videos. But, let’s face it none of these options, except for email, are really viable in the business world. Therefore, the tablet hasn’t been embraced in the business world as much as it has been by the consumer. However, there are ways to use tablets in your business that can help streamline business processes and save money.
Business Uses for Tablets
Tablets can be used in many types of business. For example in a legal office - a lawyer can have all the briefs for a case stored on the tablet and be able to modify and take notes on the brief right there on the screen with a stylus pen. This eliminates the burden of carrying around stacks of papers and large 50+ page case files that can be downloaded from legal libraries and read on the tablet. They can also utilize the Bluetooth functionalities and use a headset or microphone with a speech to text program like Dragon Naturally Speaking to record transcripts and proceedings. It...
Working on the road or from home is not just a convenience but a necessity these days! I don't know about you, but I need to be efficient to keep up on my workload. Working just from the office isn't enough. The use of portable devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones are critical to be productive.
Like most devices, there are business class models, and retail (home user) models. Manufacturers have various models with their own special features, not to mention limitations. If you work with an IT consultant or have in house IT support at your workplace, before choosing a device from a retail store, it would be wise to check with them to see what their recommendations are. I know individuals who have spent good money on technology only to find out that their business needs and their device’s capabilities didn’t line up. If they chose another model they would have been able to do everything they needed to accomplish - with fewer devices.
Before making a mobile device purchase, ask yourself these questions:
Will you need to easily connect to your office network?
Will you require a full version of...0 Comments
With the role tailored client in Dynamics NAV you can set up what’s called a role center. The role center is designed to help your employees uncover the information and tasks relevant to their specific job functions, right on their home page. The role center user interface maps tasks to key roles in your business, so your employees can take advantage of a tool that matches their preferences and work styles. As a result, they can work smarter, faster, and more efficiently than ever.
Simplified User Experience
Microsoft Dynamics NAV can be tailored to the role of the user and allows employees to see only what’s relevant to their particular job, promoting efficiency and high productivity.
The Role Center pushes the tasks your employees need to focus on to satisfy their roles in the business. Not only does it help your employees focus on their activities, but it also lets employees:
All this provides for a personalized experience which not only makes your employees...0 Comments