There are definite benefits of an integrated media workflow. Individual components, such as Accounting, Project Management and Media, are designed to seamlessly work together, simplifying processes.
Lower Operating Costs
As the New Year arrives, agencies are under tremendous pressure. Like many businesses, they need to be ready to respond to changes the next decade will bring (expected or unexpected). Here are seven steps to position your agency to thrive in the new decade.
There are definite benefits to using an integrated Agency Management System. Individual components, such as Accounting, Project Management and Media, are designed to seamlessly work together. This saves time and reduces the risk of human error when manually entering data from one system to another.
You don’t have to be in the agency business long before you realize there is one constant – change. Organizations can’t be afraid of it or shy away from it. Change is good and promotes growth. Trust the process of operational change management to help your business navigate through these murky (and often scary) waters.
Knowledge is Power! The most successful businesses regularly analyze reports that provide actionable insights. In other words, the most relevant reports help leaders make informed decisions to improve and grow their business. Advertising agencies are service firms whose business includes creative projects and media buying, facilitating the need for unique information to stay fully informed.
If you resolved to reduce the amount of paper in your agency to save time, money and the environment, you’ve probably taken steps to implement the policy. Perhaps you’ve opted out of paper bank statements and vendor invoices, replaced your fax machine with electronic faxing and store documents in the cloud. Well done! But have you reached your paperless goal?
If you've watched your share of Star Trek episodes, you've come across an alien species called the Borg. On a search for perfection, they assimilate other species into their own collective "hive mind" and are considered one of the most formidable characters in the Star Trek series. Their greatest strength comes from the vast knowledge of all the cultures they've conquered and assimilated.
It costs far more to win a new client than it does to keep an existing one. Agencies tend to think that as long as Client Service has a good relationship with the client and the advertising is delivering against the specified objectives and KPIs, then everything's good, right?