Managing employee expenses can be a time-consuming and tedious task for both employees and finance teams. BizBox Employee Expense is an automated expense management solution that helps businesses of all […]
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iMovo’s second solution, BizBox Employee Expense, is designed to automate employee expense claims, reducing the time and effort required to process, approve and settle expenses by up to 70% and increasing employee satisfaction.
As the uncertain economic climate continues and businesses seek to optimise efficiency, they are beginning to understand the importance of accounts payable and the cost of this important but mundane […]
The adage “the future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed” applies very well to the business environment worldwide as well as our local business landscape. In the past […]
I must start with a heartfelt thank you to our brilliant customers for their support in this most unprecedented of years in the lifespan of our company. A special thanks to our long standing (dare I say long suffering!) customers with whom we have jointly effected so much positive change in our collective corner of the world.
On this day we celebrate our ten year anniversary and here are a few words on our journey that got us where we are today.
When considering implementing RPA, one should not just look at the short-term financial gains, particularly if those are simply a result of labour savings. That approach does not do justice to the power of the software, because there are multiple business benefits.
As a company specializing in customer service management, iMovo has worked alongside several companies in the Gaming sector. We note the recent events in the sector, particularly the lay-off of staff by a variety of companies, some of which we have worked quite closely with, these past years.
Since the early part of last century, technological progress has marched forward at sharp rate, albeit with the so called “waves” coming hard and fast as a north easterly storm on the coast. After a surge in innovation in the field of information technology dating back to the 1970s, with the emergence of the first “personal” device – the PC and stretching well into the early years of this century, we seem poised on what could become a very big wave. Some economists have posited the idea that we are about to embark on the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
Whereas for the past decade, technical and customer support has been in the vanguard of outsourced services, we’ve observed an interesting counter phenomena which I thought I’d share with fellow business leaders and perhaps try to give some insight into a growing trend.
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The year is 1968, and Spencer Ferguson Silver III, a chemist working for the American multinational 3M, was hard at work seeking to formulate a strong bonding adhesive for use […]