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Why data visibility is critical for better rebate management

At Enable we speak to a wide range of distributors challenged with managing the complexity of their rebates. A common theme running through these conversations is the desire they have to improve visibility and transparency of information. After all, data visibility doesn’t just affect one part of the business – it has the power to impact or improve every single process and department. Business inefficiencies are costly if your team wastes time searching for data that is siloed in...Continue reading

Enable appoints Cesare Rotundo as VP of Product

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Cesare Rotundo as our VP of Product. Cesare comes to Enable from Model N and brings with him over two decades of extensive experience spanning across product management, consulting, development, business/industry solutions and platforms. As product leader, Cesare will steer the product vision, take responsibility for product strategy and also head up product marketing. “I’m excited to join a company with a truly amazing team, top-no...Continue reading

A 5-step process to increasing operational efficiency around your rebates

As the supply chain faces increasing competition, a dedicated rebate management solution is an effective way of taking control of your business and ensuring you always have accuracy and visibility on every aspect of your rebates and deals. The right system can improve decision-making, break down data silos, and eliminate any human errors; helping you to increase operational efficiency, mitigate risk and boost financial performance. Whether you’re introducing a process for rebate managem...Continue reading

5 ways we use automation to improve consistency and reliability

Here at Enable, we utilise automation throughout the software development life cycle to make the process of applying and deploying changes to our applications consistent and reliable. This ensures that engineers do not spend unnecessary time resolving issues with their local environments, that making and deploying changes to our applications is as efficient and consistent as possible, and that any mistakes are picked up early (and often automatically); before they make it into our production env...Continue reading

Enable celebrates International Day of Happiness

March 20th marks the celebration of International Day of Happiness. This particular day, established by the UN and celebrated for the first time in 2013, recognises the idea that feeling happy is a global human right. The theme for this year’s International Day of Happiness is ‘Keep Calm. Stay Wise. Be Kind’ and is, of course, in response to the current climate we face worldwide. This year’s International Day of Happiness is a chance to find uplifting and positive ways...Continue reading

Featured Forbes article — How Niche Software Companies Can Scale Sustainably

We are pleased to share a recent article written by our CEO, Andrew Butt for Forbes on “How Niche Software Companies Can Scale Sustainably”. As our lives become increasingly digitized, software providers are becoming more specialized. This allows them to enter untapped markets, develop targeted solutions that address a specific set of customer needs and forge strong relationships with those customers. As competition intensifies in niche markets, companies need to know how to scale...Continue reading

10 statistics that show SaaS is not going anywhere

At Enable, we’re passionate about the SaaS space having launched our rebate management software back in 2014. Since then, SaaS has been growing at rapid rates and we believe there is so much potential for companies open to the opportunity of moving to a SaaS model. Being hosted, maintained and updated by a third-party provider in the cloud and made available to organizations or individuals to be accessed via a web browser, companies can get running with minimal time. The SaaS model also...Continue reading

Featured Article — It’s time for supply chain management to move beyond spreadsheets

We are pleased to share a recent article written by our CFO, Nick Rose for Global Banking & Finance Review on “It’s time for supply chain management to move beyond spreadsheets”. Far too many companies still rely on antiquated methods of monitoring and analyzing their supply chains, such as Microsoft Excel sheets that require employees to input and update data manually. These methods aren’t just prone to human error and manipulation, they also require employees to...Continue reading