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Five tips for using technology to improve a business’ bottom line

Sometimes it’s not just the big bold technology projects that deliver value to organisations. Widely available technology can simplify the working day significantly for employees and have an enormous impact on a business’ bottom line. There are several ways companies can utilise technology to increase their overall net earnings, reduce costs and improve staff productivity...
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