No matter where you live in the world, or what language you speak, email is essential to your daily professional life. With a simple click of a button we can communicate, connect and collaborate with anyone in any region of the world.
To help you stay productive, your email marketing software should also be in a language that’s native to you. That’s why we here at Zoho Campaigns have translated the software into multiple languages. Along with English, you can now use Zoho Campaigns in any of the following:
The new year is officially underway and the signs are everywhere.
There’s a signup sheet for treadmills at the gym, the produce aisle at your supermarket is bustling with people buying kale and other vegetables and your friends have all informed you they are quitting Facebook – “like for real,” this time.
Whether or not you are still committed to your New Year’s resolutions (hopefully you are), Zoho Recruit wants you to know it’s never too late to set and work toward achieving your professional goals in 2015.
So with that in mind, lets look at a few ways you can up your recruiting game in the coming year!
Sifting through hundreds of emails in your inbox to find due bills is downright painful. More tedious is to have to manually type all that bill information back into your accounting system. Automating accounts payable processes has been the prerogative of larger businesses. Not any more. If you’re a small business dealing with more than 50 bills a month, it’s time you consider an effortless way to streamline your AP tasks.
Entryless, a leading accounts payable service, is now integrated with Zoho Books. Your suppliers can now email bills in any format—PDF, PNG, JPEG or even paper—to a personalized email address, hosted by Entryless. They will get automatically processed, categorized, and synced into your Zoho Books account, upon your approvals.
So how does this integration benefit your business? Read more
“We were looking for a one-stop solution for managing our HR processes and we are glad we found Zoho People,” said Brinda Jayaram, HR Manager at Visual BI.
Headquartered in Plano, Texas, Visual BI is a leading consulting firm in business intelligence and analytics, driving high-touch customer engagements through an agile delivery model. The company enables big data analytics and visualization for its customers, on the cloud.
Their World Before Zoho People
Towards the end of 2013, Visual BI decided to put in place a human resource management system. Defining work flows and other HR processes was becoming complicated due to their rapid growth. Manual processes inundated their small HR team. Their agile delivery model called for quick and accurate customer response.
“We wanted to move towards a web-based system, rather than use manual methods and email typically used by smaller companies,” recalls Brinda. “We faced great difficulty in managing employee needs with regard to attendance, time-off, approvals and expense reimbursements.”
It is a relatively common practice among SaaS companies to give a lot of their product away at the beginning and then cut back on free offerings (sometimes even cutting them entirely) as they grow and mature.
The reason is quite simple: while the company is new and flush with cash, it is easy to give the product away. But, when the VCs start asking about the revenue growth the company promised, the free offerings are the first to go – and price increases arrive. The company needs to extract more money from their current leads – and the smaller customers are hung out to dry.
By now you know that we tend to do things differently at Zoho – from being bootstrapped to our huge portfolio of apps. What you might not know is that when we first launched Zoho CRM 10 years ago, we made a commitment to small businesses and throughout our history we helped many of them.
That was 10 years ago. Our business has grown significantly and we increasingly get more of our revenue from bigger companies. At this point, other companies would turn their backs on their smaller customers that helped them grow. But today we are happy to double-down on our commitment to small businesses. We’re proud to announce Free10: our Free CRM program for small businesses. Free10 provides entirely free, no-strings attached, not a trial, no credit-card needed CRM for up to 10 users. Of course we continue offering our other editions, including Zoho CRMPlus, for those whose business needs have evolved. Read more
By the time you read this post, there are chances that someone might be flying to their favorite destination or upgrading to first class at your cost. During the past couple of weeks, a handful of frequent flyers in the United States have faced this mystery – flyer miles disappearing from their accounts.
Cyber-criminals have apparently succeeded in accessing the frequent flyer program accounts of some of the customers of American Airlines ( AAdvantage) and United Airlines (MileagePlus) and steal the miles. They have exploited the stolen miles for free trips and upgrades.
Media reports, quoting research firms claim that nearly three dozen user accounts have been compromised in United Airlines. In the case of American Airlines, about 10,000 accounts were ‘affected’. The airlines have started announcing compensatory measures such as restoring lost miles and one year credit-watch service.