Sat. Jan 16th, 2021

Office

(Tien Tzuo CEO Zuora speaks at Subscribed 2019 – image via Zuora)

Lower third quarter losses and higher revenues brought some year-end cheer to Zuora as CEO Tien Tzuo argues that the shift to subscription models renders traditional notions of front and back office as “a little bit dated”:

That division made a lot of sense when you were shipping product. The front office sold the product; the back office fulfilled it, accounted for it, collected for it. It’s a very product-centric view of the world.

If you look at the companies that [have] always been subscription businesses – for example, the telecom companies – they don’t look at it like that. They start with the customer and they build great subscriber experiences for those customers. And those subscribers experiences have to span the front office and they have to span the back office, whether it’s calling the call center

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CWCapital, a leading provider of technology-powered commercial real estate services nationwide, has announced the company’s upcoming move into a newly-redesigned office space in Downtown Washington D.C. Centrally located at 900 19th Street Northwest, the 16,000-square-foot space will serve as a modernized hub for the firm’s employees in the region and has been reimagined to accommodate shifting trends in remote and office-based work.

CWCapital signed the lease with building owner Tishman Speyer in August, and has been leading a comprehensive redesign of the space since then alongside architect INTEC and developers May Construction Group, with project construction managed by Transwestern. CWCapital is rooted in technology, collaboration and deep industry expertise, all of which have played an integral role in reenvisioning a space that will continue to attract and retain top talent in the commercial real estate industry. In addition, the office’s central location will

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Office Depot, a wholly owned subsidiary of The ODP Corporation (NASDAQ:ODP), a leading provider of business services, products and digital workplace technology solutions through an integrated B2B distribution platform, today announced Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals with great savings on PCs, monitors, seating, furniture, personal protective equipment (PPE) and more to help small business owners, working professionals and their families keep business and school going.


“This holiday season, more than ever, our customers are looking for great savings on products that enable them to keep business, school and everyday activities going,” said John Gannfors, executive vice president and chief merchandising and supply chain officer for Office Depot. “With great Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, convenient and contactless ways to shop, and a widespread assortment of health and wellness supplies, we’ve got solutions for it all.”


Leading up to Black Friday, officedepot.com is offering Early Black

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