Blog

shutterstock_297982910

Posted on September 21, 2015 in Blog

Business Accounting Software’s Transition to the Cloud and Why It Saves You Money and Headaches

Everyone probably knows what accounting software is because it has been around for a while, whether it has been developed in-house by the company or organization using it, purchased from a third party, or a combination of third party software with local modifications. What hasn’t been around that long is the software’s transition to the…

Read More →

shutterstock_306779873

Posted on September 17, 2015 in CRM

Why Do CRM Strategies Fail: These 3 Reasons Will Surprise You?

The purpose behind an organization erecting strategies is to enhance and boost the achievement of set goals. Unfortunately, some of the best techniques no matter how promising have been known to fail. For example, customer relationship management is renowned as a great management tool that is effective for enhancing a company’s customer relationship through increasing…

Read More →

support

Posted on September 15, 2015 in Blog

5 Ways You Can Offer More Value To Your Customers

Spending time and money on generating and nurturing new leads is important but it is much easier to market to your existing customers and get them to buy more. Here are 5 ways you can offer your customers more value so that you can create dedictaed clients and jack up your overall sales: 1. Go…

Read More →

employee time tracking made easy

Posted on August 27, 2015 in Timesheet

Make Employee Time Tracking Easier

It is extremely important to track where and how your employees spend their time on particular jobs, especially ones that work from home. It’s not that you don’t trust them, but labelling and measuring something tends to make people take it much more seriously. Here are some ways to make employee time tracking easier. Keeping…

Read More →

great project manager

Posted on August 24, 2015 in Survey

3 Questions To Ask Yourself About Your Surveys

Work can (sometimes) be fun, especially if you work with others. You can crack jokes, plan non-work related events together, and even help each other out when in a pinch. However, at the end of the day, there is always going to be stress at work. From the amount of work, to expectations, to pressures…

Read More →

interview

Posted on August 21, 2015 in Blog

Keep Your Customers Coming Back

In today’s business world, all customers really want is to get the most out of their money. This is why customers retention is difficult. If a competitor offers the same or more than what you offer and at a lower cost, chances are your customers are going to flock to them regardless of how much…

Read More →

doing-accouting

Posted on August 20, 2015 in Blog

3 Easy Ways To Handle Stress At Work

Work can (sometimes) be fun, especially if you work with others. You can crack jokes, plan non-work related events together, and even help each other out when in a pinch. However, at the end of the day, there is always going to be stress at work. From the amount of work, to expectations, to pressures…

Read More →

let employee submit own timesheet

Posted on August 19, 2015 in Mobile

4 Reasons Why You Should Have A Mobile Site

Today, desktops are quickly becoming a thing of the past. More and more people are locked to their smartphones, tablets, phablets, and laptops as the digital age is becoming more mobile. If you or your company is going to be searched, you can bet half of those searches will be done on a mobile device.…

Read More →

meeting

Posted on August 6, 2015 in Project Management

4 Tips For Better Online Meetings

The increasing popularity of online business applications, remote correspondence, and of course, the pressure of cutting costs makes things like online conferences become much more feasible than a one-on-one encounter. And why not embrace online interactions in business? They’re less expensive and require less effort. The fact that you can have twice as many conferences…

Read More →

doing-accouting

Posted on August 4, 2015 in Accounting

Can We Live Without Excel?

The business world is an interesting place. The methodology, language, meetings, and even the people are so different from what I’m used to and I never thought I’d be a part of any of it. Obviously it would make sense then that when I was thrown into the land of startups, customer relationship management, and…

Read More →

Back to Top