Digitization has dominated the business processes in the media and publishing industry for many years.
New business areas are emerging, the competition between traditional media companies and digital-only publishers is steadily increasing, and services are converging.
Media companies no longer just offer content and advertising space, but also their own technology solutions.
Financial process automation software – such as that from JustOn – enables media providers to monetize all aspects of their business.
Ad management for the advertising industry and subscriptions for their readers and users can be billed equally in a unified system.
This begins with the mapping of the contract model, continues with automatic invoicing and dunning through to the reconciliation of incoming payments with outstanding invoices and the transfer of data to accounting systems.
Media and publishing companies face these challenges, among others, when billing & invoicing for their services:
Professional services – as providers of knowledge-intensive and consulting services – are part of a growing industry.
Specific to this segment is the strong focus of its experts on their specialist tasks.
And this is where digitization can make the decisive difference.
The industry is characterized by a particularly wide variety of application areas. These include, among others:
Particularly in professional services, it is essential to keep the high administrative workload to a minimum.
This is the only way the experts can focus on their core competencies: knowledge and consulting.
To get there, providers need digitized and thus automated processes for managing customers, projects, billing, invoicing and accounting.
In the real estate industry – real estate services – areas of work are becoming increasingly digitalized.
The use of new technologies (property technologies) is automating traditional areas of the industry or offering the opportunity to offer new products and services.
The digital transformation is seen as a guarantee for the future of traditional real estate services, as the automation of key processes minimizes administrative costs and the core business can be expanded and optimized with the resources gained.
Property technologies – or PropTechs for short – have become the digital future of the real estate industry. They bring innovative products and services to the market.
Using the latest information and communication technologies, they optimize traditional areas of the real estate industry or develop innovative business models in new areas.
Office and facility management is a specialized market within the area of property technologies, which has developed into a strong, independent industry over the past decades.
The industry’s portfolio now includes not only facility maintenance, property cleaning and asset management, but also a wide range of other services around buildings, homes and offices. They include, for example, security services, coffee deliveries or indoor plant rentals.
Managing intelligent facility technologies will soon become a key area of this industry.
PropTechs must reduce administrative costs as much as possible in order to fully exploit the opportunities offered by these core areas.
The way to success is to automate time-consuming processes such as invoicing, dunning and accounting.
The direct integration of data collection systems with highly specialized billing solutions is particularly recommended in the area of intelligent building technologies.
Property technology providers face the following specific challenges when automating their financial processes:
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a growing industry and one of the major business sectors of the future.
SaaS, as an area of cloud computing, is a distribution model through which you offer software as a service.
To a large extent, the success of this business model depends on the level of administrative effort and therefore on the ability to automate it.
Software as a Service providers face these challenges, among others, in billing for their services:
Many people are passionately engaged in non-profit organizations for social, cultural, sporting and scientific purposes.
Although non-profit organizations do not operate for profit, they have to fund themselves and organize their financial processes.
Fundraising and donation management, accounting and membership administration mean a lot of effort on the one hand and, on the other, a lack of time for the organization’s good cause.
JustOn products for non-profits digitizes these complex processes and helps non-profit organizations to better focus on their core activities.
All data resides in a single system that not only automates financial processes, but also allows the organizations to build stable relationships with supporters, members and partners.
With our solutions for non-profits, non-profit organizations save time and money: Resources that were previously spent on donation management, accounting and other administrative areas can be spend on their actual tasks of the organization or new fundraising campaigns.
We offer discounted software licenses and our accounting and billing expertise to non-profit organizations.
In addition, organizations benefit from the seamless integration with Salesforce CRM and thus from the Nonprofit Success Pack, which has been specifically designed by Salesforce. Non-profit organizations can apply for free and discounted software licenses on Salesforce.org.
Non-profit organizations face the following challenges when automating their financial processes:
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