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High adoption of editing software by non-professional end-users

The most exciting when it comes to audio and video editing technology is to see that, the market is witnessing high adoption of editing software by non-professional end-users. One can also observe that, vendors in the global audio and video editing software market focus on making the software more user-friendly. Vendors have reduced the price and provided trial versions with full application features for end-users. However, the editing software requires highly efficient processors that ensure an efficient and smooth workflow. This acts as a hindrance for the adoption of the software among non-professional users with limited graphics support. The continuous improvements in the processing power of computers help in mitigating the impact of this challenge.

Alumni management software

I have a pleasure to recall that, Alumni management software creates and manages events for large alumni groups. For many analysts, as the alumni network is the backbone of any institution, it is essential for the organizers to collect all the related information about the alumni during the meeting without missing out any criteria.

The growth of alumni management software market explained

Steadily, one can observe that, the affordable pricing and planning of the alumni management software offered by the providers in the market is driving the demand for alumni management software. 
In effect, the low-priced alumni management software by different vendors in the market enables the end-user such as universities, colleges, and schools to deploy the software to manage the large database of students, their e-mail addresses, contact information, and other details. 
According to Technavio Research, the low price of the software also encourages other alumni management software vendors to keep their prices low.

Mobile Satisfaction and Churn for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Customer satisfaction is at the core of the growth within each enterprise. Unfortunately, when it comes to mobile services, customer satisfaction among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in most countries is low and is contributing to churn.
Operators must work to improve small and medium-sized enterprises' satisfaction with mobile services, which is generally low and is a significant driver of churn.