In this article, I’d like to take a look at the many documents that we have to read online – be it on a laptop, tablet, or phone – in preparation for a board meeting. Many people still tend to print out documents on paper to read them because it’s easier to skim through in that format.» Read More
Despite the emergence of new communication platforms on the Internet (e.g. social media, messaging, video calls, etc.), email continues to be the most important electronic business communication tool. It’s not only because emails are considered “official” documents, but also because email works. It saves time and offers tremendous convenience, along with ease of use.» Read More
The traditional role of the company secretary used to be heavily slanted towards ensuring regulatory (or legal) compliance and corporate records administration.
This role has evolved in an era where technology is so deeply embedded in the organisation’s operational and financial DNA.» Read More
Praxonomy is excited to announce that we have been selected to feature on the London Stock Exchange Issuer Services Marketplace as a provider of Board Portal to small and mid cap companies listed on LSE's Main Market and AIM.» Read More
We all use technology everyday whether its reading e-mails, surfing the web, booking a taxi, restaurant, holiday, doing our banking etc. and hence we are very familiar with the applications that we use and are comfortable with how they work, how to log into them and how to navigate to where we want to get to.» Read More
Many fall prey to the notion that running paperless board meetings only support the organisation's corporate social responsibility initiatives. After all, less paper means less of an environmental impact. But the case for shifting to a paperless board meeting solution does not simply end there.» Read More
Meetings, love 'em or hate 'em, are increasingly important in our lives. Board meetings are no exception. The dictionary defines a meeting as, An assembly of people for a particular purpose, especially for formal discussion, which isn't a bad place to start.