We are creatures of habit. Once we are set in ways of doing things, it can be hard for us to reset our routines and get used to doing things a new way. Even if that new way is better for us, more efficient and could save us time and money..
Recent posts by Solomon Rackham
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As we move towards the next quarter, your organisation may be considering ways it can reduce some key costs as you take stock and plan how you are going to navigate these challenging economic times.
So, make sure you are not spending too much on your board portal solution. As highlighted in a recent blog, Convene offers all the functionality your organisation needs from a board portal, at a fraction of the cost of other providers.
5 min read
A number of our customers who have decided to switch to Convene from another board portal, do so for one simple reason. Cost.
Topics: Switching Board Portal Minutes
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We caught up with John Headley, Chief Financial Officer at the University of Law, to hear how Convene has helped their remote meetings stay organised while providing the best value for money.
John is responsible for all financial and business aspects of the University’s operations. A graduate of Oxford University, John is a Chartered Management Accountant who has worked as a Finance Director within the Bupa group as well as within large NHS hospital trusts and a major modern university in London. John is a Non-Executive Director of Shoreham Port Authority.
[Taken from the University of Law’s website. Available here.]
5 min read
As the number of us working from home has risen significantly over the last few months, companies have been quick to share any tips and tricks to help us all stay productive and connected during this difficult time.
Everything from video call etiquette, to virtual meeting tips, to Tom Ford's How to Look Good on Webcam, there is a wealth of useful information springing up all over the internet, with everyone keen to share best practice.
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We know that purchasing software for your organisation can be a confusing process. With such a variety of free and paid for tools available, it can be difficult to work out exactly how a product will benefit your organisation.