Breaches of big companies have garnered a lot of headlines in the past couple of years. Because these breaches receive so much attention, the public tends to believe that only large corporations are the victims of cyberattacks; however, mid-market companies know this is not true.
While RFID technology has been in place for upwards of two decades, it has come a long way in the last year. Originally an inventory management tool that also helped reduce merchandise theft, it is currently helping retailers improve customer satisfaction and improve merchandise management and planning.
Today, women are underrepresented in the S&P 500, but it's a different story in the mid-market. According to the Middle Market Power Index by American Express and Dun & Bradstreet, the middle market represents a promising landscape for women entrepreneurs.
With all the attention the CEO-employee wage gap has gotten over the last year, it's no wonder that some Boards are starting to reduce CEO pay when they agree that it's appropriate.
Today, mid-market companies are putting more effort into digitally transforming their businesses. No longer content with simply automating the back office, CEOs are digitizing functions such as customer service, business analytics and strategy development.
Driving profitable growth is at the top of every CEO's to do list. But, according to a 2015 Global Digital IQ Survey by PwC, 90% of senior executives feel they are missing out on major opportunities for growth. Most CEOs know that the best recipe for sustained, profitable growth is one that is capabilities driven.
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