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The SilverLogic Ranks No. 1794 on the 2020 Inc. 5000

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000. The SilverLogic Ranks No. 1794 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 with three-year revenue growth of 238 percent.


Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000. The SilverLogic Ranks No. 1794 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 with three-year revenue growth of 238 percent.


What Is Enterprise Architecture (EA)?

This guide provides a general knowledge of what Enterprise Architecture (EA) is and what you need to know to begin your journey into a clean structure.

This guide provides a general knowledge of what Enterprise Architecture (EA) is and what you need to know to begin your journey into a clean structure.

Innovation during COVID-19

This crisis is inspiring technology for the better, so be ready to embrace it. Manufacturers, doctors, and entrepreneurs have proven over the years that when faced with challenges, ingenuity can yield innovative results. The current crisis is no exception.

This crisis is inspiring technology for the better, so be ready to embrace it. Manufacturers, doctors, and entrepreneurs have proven over the years that when faced with challenges, ingenuity can yield innovative results. The current crisis is no exception.

Accounting Technology for Accounting Challenges

Most companies understand how critical the record-to-report process is to their business. However, lopsided attention and investment on the front side (recording, closing and consolidating) have left the financial analysis and reporting functions trailing behind in both efficiency and effectiveness — despite reporting being the most visible and scrutinized part of the process.

Most companies understand how critical the record-to-report process is to their business. However, lopsided attention and investment on the front side (recording, closing and consolidating) have left the financial analysis and reporting functions trailing behind in both efficiency and effectiveness — despite reporting being the most visible and scrutinized part of the process.

Using RPA to save trees and GoGreen
A survey by the Washington, D.C., firm of Arnold & Porter found that a typical lawyer uses 20,000 to 100,000 sheets of paper a year. At the high end, that translates into the release of 4.5 tons annually of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. This is one of the many industries that need to start opting for a digital solution. 
A survey by the Washington, D.C., firm of Arnold & Porter found that a typical lawyer uses 20,000 to 100,000 sheets of paper a year. At the high end, that translates into the release of 4.5 tons annually of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. This is one of the many industries that need to start opting for a digital solution. 
Emerging Florida Markets in Mobile Payment Solutions
 
 
Using Technology To Reduce Paper Consumption

Using Technology To Reduce Paper Consumption In Healthcare, Construction and eCommerce Order Fulfillment Centers

“Wish recycling”, or “Wishcycling” is the desire to believe certain items are recyclable, even when they're not. (See this article in treehugger.com) Wishcycling is a serious problem and it's something we all need to address. 

Using Technology To Reduce Paper Consumption In Healthcare, Construction and eCommerce Order Fulfillment Centers

“Wish recycling”, or “Wishcycling” is the desire to believe certain items are recyclable, even when they're not. (See this article in treehugger.com) Wishcycling is a serious problem and it's something we all need to address. 

4 Forms Of Recreation You'll Enjoy In AR

Augmented reality is coming on fast. While it has by no means replaced virtual reality, it is beginning to become recognized as the version of mixed reality that might have the most widespread potential to impact our day-to-day lives. And as this understanding has set in, it’s come with talk of AR applications in all sorts of fields: from shopping, to navigation, to assisting people with autism. AR can do just about anything, in other words, and as soon as more (and better) wearables become available, the technology will largely migrate from phones to glasses, and in doing so come closer to reaching the full potential just characterized here.

Augmented reality is coming on fast. While it has by no means replaced virtual reality, it is beginning to become recognized as the version of mixed reality that might have the most widespread potential to impact our day-to-day lives. And as this understanding has set in, it’s come with talk of AR applications in all sorts of fields: from shopping, to navigation, to assisting people with autism. AR can do just about anything, in other words, and as soon as more (and better) wearables become available, the technology will largely migrate from phones to glasses, and in doing so come closer to reaching the full potential just characterized here.

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