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What is the GDPR? Explanation of measures against GDPR by site operators such as WordPress

Introduction In recent years, regulations have rapidly advanced in the area of personal information protection. This regulation on personal information is being advanced all over the world. The Japanese government is also actively discussing this issue. In particular, the EU has enacted a law called the GDPR, which regulates methods of obtaining personal information on the web, such as cookies. This article explains what the GDPR is and what measures are necessary for site operators using WordPress. What are cookies? A mechanism for storing information in a browser on a Web page. You can obtain and provide login information and terminal information as cookie information.   Key points of this article First, I’ll list the points of this article! If you don’t have time, please take a look at this point. All companies that collect personal data from EU residents May require user consent to retrieve information Privacy Policy needs to be updated Update and user consent required for personal information retrieval tool If you fail to comply with the GDPR, there are fines and other sanctions. Revision of the Personal Information Protection Law in Japan May Stricter the Rules What is the GDPR? Let’s start with the GDPR. GDPR […]

What is WBS, Work Breakdown Structure? How to create a WBS and how it differs from a Gantt chart

Introduction The keyword “WBS” has become common at the start of projects, not only for system development but also for business projects. In this article, we’ll look at WBS in terms of its definition, its specific use, and how it differs from the Gantt chart, which is a common question. What is WBS? WBS stands for Work Breakdown Structure, and refers to a work control table for a project. A project typically consists of many actions and the child tasks that are required to perform those actions. WBS factorizes each action and specifies who does what, when, and when (= how much time is needed). The minimum requirements for a WBS are:. Tasks Contact Task Start Date Task Completion Date Status purpose of the WBS The purpose of WBS is to “accurately manage the man-hours of work”. For this reason, you need a specific to-do list like the one above. Of course, accurate effort management is an important element for accurate project execution. A WBS typically consists of the following task table:. Advantage Of WBS Now let’s look at the benefits of WBS. Facilitate common understanding among stakeholders WBS has the advantage of being less misleading because it contains “Who?”, […]

What is RPA, Robotic Process Automation? Advantages, disadvantages, and differences from AI

What Is RPA? In this article, we will discuss RPA, which is gaining popularity. RPA stands for Robotic Process Automation and refers to the overall concept and approach of automating back-office and other business operations with robots. For example, there are advantages such as increasing productivity by automating tasks that people have done up to now, from accounting and management tasks to miscellaneous tasks. RPAs have a wide range of solutions. RPAs can solve a very broad set of business processes. It is particularly effective for operations with established operations and repetitive operations. personnel affairs accounting business general affairs information systems business general affairs sales management expense processing   Three phases of the RPA There are generally three phases to RPA. Class 1 = RPA, Class 2 = EPA, and Class 3 = CA, respectively. I will explain briefly. Class 1 – RPA (Robotic Process Automation) The phase of class1 is called RPA. The RPA addresses simple tasks such as performing routine tasks properly or having external application coordination. For example, this refers to the phases of back-office operations such as claim management, accounting processing, and payroll transfers. Class 2: EPA (Enhanced Process Automation) class2 is called EPA. The keyword for EPA […]

Selected 6 useful tools for word-of-mouth and SNS analysis

Introduction Of course, the influence of SNS word-of-mouth is getting stronger year by year. In this article, we introduce tools to analyze SNS such as twitter and Instagram mainly for those in marketing department. What are SNS analysis tools? As its name suggests, SNS analysis tools are tools that can analyze various indicators related to SNS. The main media used for the analysis is social media such as twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and you can obtain and analyze the content of posts, positive negative engagement, and indicators related to following. Why SNS Analysis is Needed Growing interest in VOCs Have you ever heard of the word VOC (= Voice Of Customer)? VOC refers to the analysis of customer feedback. In recent years, there have been an increasing number of opportunities to hear about the importance of VOCs at business sites. Social media is important in terms of both quality and quantity in order to listen to the opinions of customers, so the need for analysis of social media is growing year by year. Have a real-time nature (= immediacy) In particular, twitter is very real-time, and when a bug occurs, or when there is positive news about a product, or […]

What is SFA? Differentiation from MA and CRM and key SFA solutions

What you can do with SFA SFA has made a significant contribution to the management and efficiency of sales activities. SFA stands for Sales Force Automation and is often expressed as sales support system in Japanese. For example, it is a tool that supports efficient sales activities using data such as visualization of sales processes, business card management of business partners, and lead training. One of the best known services is Salesforce tools. Specific Benefits of SFA Customer management using data Data management such as customer visit history Manage communications between internal sales representatives and customers Loyalty of customers through step mail, etc. visualization of sales progress What is different from CRM? The key word in a similar context to SFA is CRM. What is the difference between SFA and CRM? What Is CRM? CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. It refers to the overall approach to managing customer relationship building. It refers to customer management in a broad sense including not only BtoB area but also BtoC area. CRM covers the entire process of managing customer data, labeling customers, and communicating appropriately with labeled customers.The difference from SFA is that SFA is specialized in sales and its own sales process management is […]