Your business is unique from others and your data is too. The way you set up and manage your data should be flexible for how you do business. We often work with organizations who are trying to create a work flow with what one of our clients (a marketing company) calls a “duct taped” system.…
Saying that communication is important is one thing, putting the tools & processes in your hands to do so are a different story.
It is a challenging time all-around for many business owners small and large. Many are making pivots to remote work teams, others are trying to figure out how to make up for lost revenue and what all this means for the futures of their business. To help with some of the financial stress you may…
Do you know where a lot of your money is? Inventory. Physical inventory is also considered an asset so most businesses we know want to keep good track of their inventory.
Teams of any size are usually extremely busy. Which means finding small and big ways to achieve more and work together better and easier creates huge wins!
We work with organizations who want to be better. That’s a lot in one statement, but overall the people we help have a problem and need help working through exactly what that solution should be. That’s where we come in.
We have worked with a lot of different business types over the years. While there are many differences, there are also many similarities in how businesses should operate by teams regardless off the industry you are in. We tend to work with teams that are growing and are very workflow based. This means there are…
We have some great discussions as a team that vary between software, business & life talks. In a recent chat, we discussed how every company is actually a software company. What does that mean? No matter what business type you are, you need to be investing in your technology and software in order to compete. The alternative is you stay the same and get left behind. We discuss some great examples of companies in different business classes and how they have invested in technology and software to make themselves better. As a result, they are standing out in the crowd. See how you can apply this to your business:
Creating a complicated and vague work environment can mean fostering frustrated and temporary employees. But, this can be avoided. Focusing on clear work processes makes your team more efficient. It’s that simple.
Triggers are especially helpful when you have a lot of different teams or team members responsible for different parts of the project.