What Is POS Software and Why Is It Important?

Strategy Driven

The global POS software market was $12.23 The market is expected to grow by a CAGR of 15.1% Here are some of the roles played by the POS system software: Customer data management. Employee management. Employee Management.

Why P2P Lending Makes Complete Sense for Startups

Strategy Driven

The P2P lending market was valued at $67.93 billion in 2019 and is expected to cross the $500 billion figure in 2027 at a CAGR of 29.7 Since the entire process is technologically driven, it ensures transparency and involves low operating costs and market risk. Managing Your Finances business management crowdfunding Peer to Peer Lending strategydrivenSince its inception, the peer-to-peer lending industry has moved ahead at warp speed.


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VCs See Gold Rush in the HR Tech Scene

HR Digest

Once upon a time, HR tech scene was as dull and vapid as getting ghosted by a recruiter in a slow job market. A handful of companies dominated the market, all them strong, pedestrian. Core HR software is projected to peak at a CAGR of 9.4%


Research Shows That Smaller M&A Deals Work Out Better

Harvard Business

Mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures make up one of those variables, provided they average at least one deal per year in a program that cumulatively amounts to more than 30% of a company’s market capitalization over 10 years, with no single deal being more than 30% of market cap. Take marketing giant WPP. The company’s disciplined approach to M&A repositioned it solidly for the digital age and led to a 10% CAGR in total shareholder return over the decade.


How We Think About Innovation at Cisco

Harvard Business

In the manufacturing sector alone, market intelligence firm IDC expects the IoT market to grow to about $100 billion by 2018, a five-year combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18%. Employees at these companies are 45% likelier to report that their firm’s market share grew over the previous year and 70% likelier to report that the firm captured a new market.” No one doubts that the future belongs to the Internet of Things.


Which MBAs Make More: Consultants or Small-Business Owners?

Harvard Business

Owners of small businesses can set their own hours, make their own management decisions, and take pride in the ownership of their work. It might be tempting to turn to the highest starting salary paid, which typically goes to the graduate with the most experience in the most competitive market, who often earns crazy money their first year. HBR STAFF. Compensation is, of course, more than money.


A Model for Focusing Executives on Long-term Value Creation

Harvard Business Review

Its program is grounded in two simple but powerful tenets: Monetizing what executives earn as active managers is dependent on the performance of their successors. The Wine Group was founded in a management buyout in 1981. Today it remains independent, owned solely by current and former managers and directors. Revenue and earnings grew at over 12% CAGR over the last decade — accelerating though the recession.