There are all types of risks that your business can face on a regular basis. Fire, theft, vandalism, extreme weather like hurricanes or tornadoes can cause extreme disruptions to your business. If you can’t open, what would happen to your business?
A huge part of building a successful business is wisely using your resources. That includes carefully putting your hard earned money to work in your business. Today’s entrepreneurs have the luxury of using cloud technology to access a wide variety of office tools without having to invest in an array of pricey office equipment. In fact, cloud technology can save you both money and space by letting you do more with less office equipment. Continue reading
Many things can have a positive impact on the bottom line for your small business: time, talent, hard work, investment and more. Yet investing in the right technology, especially an exceptional phone system, will also make a huge difference to your bottom line. In fact, the right phone system can help you both save, and even make, money. Continue reading
Creativity is the lifeblood of small businesses. Ingenuity, off brand uses of services and thinking outside the box are what drive small businesses and make them successful. Entrepreneurs even embrace creative uses of things that are obviously good business tools like the cloud. While the cloud is amazing for file storage and sharing, backup, disaster recovery and more, its real power lies in its off-brand uses. Continue reading
Measuring the effectiveness of any strategy you put into place in the promotion of your company is an often overlooked, but incredibly important piece of the puzzle. You should never devote valuable resources to anything you are not monitoring and tracking. Luckily when it comes to tracking phone call metrics in your business, it is quite easy to get useful feedback to tell you what is working and what isn’t. In fact, it is all about assigning phone numbers judiciously so you can monitor the efforts you are putting forth. Continue reading
Choosing the right technology for your small business isn’t an easy task. There are lots of things to take into consideration such as what type of technology is a good fit for your organization (for example, desktop computers or tablets, local network or cloud-based services). Plus, you’ll want to know how well the technology will grow as your business needs change and how your choices will enhance your organization’s productivity. Continue reading
Investing time in your customer information can bring your business a lot of value. You can improve customer satisfaction, increase sales, boost engagement, and help fill your sales pipeline by building your customer relationship management tools. Continue reading
Wondering about the latest trends in mobile? The industry’s largest conference – Mobile World Congress 2014 – just wrapped up in the mobile world capital, Barcelona, Spain. This event draws more than 85,000 guests from 200 countries. A powerful line-up of industry leaders gave presentations, including: Continue reading
There are multiple trends in communication that are expected to grow throughout 2014.
1. More businesses will incorporate or deepen their integration with the cloud.
The flexibility that the cloud offers companies will drive new product and service offerings. Because of this integration with the cloud, the purpose and role of IT departments within organizations will shift. Continue reading