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Floor Stam

About Floor Stam

Vice President Marketing bij Onguard | Floor Stam, started April 1st 2017 as Vice President Marketing. Floor will concentrate on developing the new branding and marketing strategy of our new organization. In addition further professionalization of the marketing and communication activities and optimization of the marketing/ sales funnel will be of her top focus. She has gained a broad experience in IT and B2B marketing and is a strong believer of content driven multichannel marketing. Floor is enthusiastic about her new role: “To develop and market a new name, branding and strategy is the dream of every marketer. The biggest challenge is to establish a strong brand without losing the value and strength of the two brands. The objective is that 1 + 1 will be 3 so that we can serve our current and future customers even better.” | “The secret of change is not to focus on fighting the old, but on building the new.”

First aid for credit managers

By |2018-06-22T11:27:15+00:008th May 2018|BLOG|

Inefficient processes cost much time and they can lead to inconvenient situations for the credit manager and organisation. Examples of this are dissatisfied clients, a high DSO and an unstable cash flow. These situations can be prevented instead of having to stick on a plaster after the event. .

5 steps to a more persuasive email

By |2018-04-11T14:41:45+00:0021st March 2018|BLOG|

Email is fantastic for invoicing and payment. Electronic invoices can save you lots of time and money, and invoices will be with your customers almost immediately and might be paid faster. That means to get the most of your emails, you need to be as persuasive as possible. How do you do that? Here are our suggestions.

Cash in the bank matters

By |2018-07-17T09:31:03+00:008th March 2018|BLOG|

When it comes to credit management, one thing you always need to remember is that cash is king. Sure, you need to build strong customer relationships and make sure that you’re providing great products and services – but in the end, if your business isn’t getting paid, the results could be disastrous.

5 signs you should invest in software

By |2018-06-08T14:55:38+00:0023rd January 2018|BLOG|

While some basic computer programs might be enough to get a business up and running, most organisations won’t last long using the software that comes free with their computers. Organising and sharing data, tracking orders, managing workloads, scheduling tasks, and monitoring progress are all essential for long-term success and growth, and those things just can’t be done effectively with standard software.

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