Posts Tagged ‘Management’

Kentico Named Top Rated Content Management System by Software Users on TrustRadius

August 27th, 2015

Kentico Software, the Web Content and Customer Experience Management provider, today announced it had received the highest rating among CMS vendors for mid-sized companies according to an analysis just released by TrustRadius.

TrustRadius is the leading site for business software users to share real-world insights through in-depth reviews and networking. In its Content Management System TrustMap™ published on July 31, 2015 – a visual depiction that ranks CMS products based on end-user satisfaction ratings and research frequency by prospective buyers – Kentico 8 scored higher than any other vendor in the mid-sized company category with a 4.4 average user rating out of 5.

“First-hand insights from users are incredibly valuable when companies are selecting a content management system. Kentico receives high satisfaction scores in general, and is a Top Rated solution for small and mid-size businesses,” said Megan Headley, Research Director at TrustRadius.

“It’s gratifying to see the marketplace recognizing the fact that we have some of the easiest-to-use and easiest-to-deploy WCM software on the market,” said Kentico CEO and Founder Petr Palas. “We’ve built a very customer-centric business, and go to great lengths to keep our customers satisfied and productive.”

Kentico allows companies to deliver the right marketing message at the right time on any digital channel—and ease of use has always been one of its hallmarks. With sophisticated personalization, segmentation, and other capabilities, Kentico allows users to manage all their digital marketing efforts and can integrate with real-time CRM and ERP data for the highest level of personalization. Kentico includes all the components for integrated marketing efforts online and supports the latest Microsoft technologies, including Visual Studio 2013, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5, Windows Server 2012, Microsoft SQL Server 2014, Windows 8.1 and Azure SDK 2.5.


3 Simple Money Management Tools for Real Estate Pros

June 24th, 2014

Successful broker-owners and managers need to keep close track of their income and expenses—both to set financial goals and to manage the daily operation of their business.

Today’s financial software can synch between your computer and mobile devices for easy tracking and consolidate all of your accounts for budgeting and monitoring. You’ll be able to see income and spending, debt and investments, accounting and payroll, and various bank accounts all in one place. Plus, you can control notifications from the apps and programs to notify you if a problem arises.

Here are three money management tools that will keep a small business on track:


This online service, which offers both personal and business accounts, lets you import your various bank and credit card accounts to track daily spending. The mobile app (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows) comes with SmartScan, where you can import receipts after simply snapping their picture. You can consolidate your receipts from other programs such as Dropbox, Evernote, and even your e-mail inbox. The application creates charts and graphs to further help you analyze your financial picture.

While these basic features are free, Expensify charges $6 per user (after the first two users) to run financial data reports using the business account. Brokers can categorize expenses and reimburse employees via direct deposit, PayPal, or payroll. The service can integrate with accounting, payroll, or CRM software.


Quicken’s Home & Business software organizes all your financial information in one place, offers bill reminders, identifies your spending categories, and helps you set up a budget. The software also helps you budget for goals or retirement or set up debt reduction plans.

Whether you’re running a brokerage or handing your own sales business, the program helps you find tax-deductible business expenses and offers is a direct export to your TurboTax account. It costs $114.99 for either a direct download or a CD-ROM. Separately, Quicken offers property manager software, tax preparation, accounting software, payroll services, merchant services, and mobile credit card processing.

ZoHo Books

Zoho Books is accounting software for small businesses that allows you to accept online payments, track invoices, and track expenses.

You can break your reports into specific projects, manage customers and suppliers, assign roles to various users (administrators, staff, and so on) and prepare financial reports. And, of course, you’ll be able to manage all of your bank and credit card accounts in one place. It costs $24 per month.


Enterprise Social Media Management Software 2014: A Marketer’s Guide – Now Updated

June 13th, 2014

Trying to manage social media within an enterprise organization? If so, you’re probably using some sort of software tool to help automate the process. As large organizations continue to embrace social media, it’s virtually impossible to be effective without using some sort of software platform to manage and analyze your efforts.

The choices of software platforms are many and varied: do you go with a large platform that’s part of an integrated marketing suite, or do you go with something smaller that might be more in line with your department’s needs?

Are you using a legacy software that you have outgrown? Or is management reviewing its options?

Marketing Land’s sister site, Digital Marketing Depot, has recently released the 3rd edition of the popular report, Enterprise Social Media Management Software 2014: A Marketer’s Guide.

The report – like the other Market Intelligence Reports from Digital Marketing Depot – is designed to help marketers break down the decision-making process when it comes to adopting marketing technology. It address questions such as:

What do these tools do?
How can they help me and my organization – which one’s best for me?
What’s going on in the overall marketplace for this software?
Who are the leading vendors and what capabilities do they provide?
How do I get started in the process for identifying and adopting this software?
What’s it likely to cost for my organization?

Find out how the explosion in video content is affecting social media and social media management; why mobile optimization has become a must-have (vs. nice-to-have) capability; and, what the social networks have done in the past year to improve social analytics. The report includes profiles of 16 vendors and the products/services they offer.


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