About a month ago, Ordway reached out to me to share the following post with their audience. They had seen my work at Women Conquer Business helping organizations adapt and change in an age of disruption, and wanted to share this resource with you all as we approach 2021.
We are thrilled to announce our next-generation billing and revenue automation platform has successfully completed an audit established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) to certify its SOC 2 compliance. This audit means we have the controls necessary to deliver enterprise-quality software for our global customers. Our clients can rest knowing their order-to-revenue workflow is underpinned by the highest quality standards.
The best aspect of working with Ordway clients is the fact that we get to watch our customers grow and thrive. A great idea, product/market fit, and team are critical to future success, but so is the infrastructure needed to scale. Oftentimes, we are fortunate to engage with customers right as they are re-imagining their billing architecture and infrastructure to enable more rapid growth and scale.
There is nothing more comforting than watching Mister Rogers don his trademark sweater. As a someone who calls Pennsylvania home, the statue of his likeness in Pittsburgh is a reminder of more simple times. 30 years ago, “‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ showed how people made crayons. Today, crayon-making is a robot’s job.”
- Automation is here and changing businesses: Crayola
- There will be disruption and displacement
- Companies that get this right will create value for their customers
- New use cases for automation are emerging: hiring and brand experience