Analytics are the most valuable information available to your business. Luckily, the data needed to discover the who, what, when, where, why, and how of your business is readily found. That data for is available from every sale you make, every call you receive, every website visit you get, and every social media effort you make. In the day-to-day running of your business, valuable data is being automatically collected and it is up to those running the business to pull meaningful patterns from that data. In fact, systematically collecting and analyzing data about your business is critical to its success. Continue reading
Callers can have different experiences with your company depending on which number, or extension, they dial. The call routing (via the auto attendant) can vary depending on rules you set and the choices selected by the caller. Continue reading
Sometimes a little help can go a long way. Here are some small business resources and tools that could help you take your business to the next level. Continue reading
Have you been watching the emerging trends in the world of entrepreneurship? The demographics making up the American workforce are changing dramatically. Millennials, particularly those in their early- to mid-20s, are now the largest age cohort, surpassing Baby Boomers for the first time. Continue reading
Keeping a small business organized makes a huge difference in its day to day running. Having the right systems in place can make for greatly increased efficiency, less frustration, and higher profits. We have compiled a few great tools that are sure to help you do business better than ever. Continue reading
St. Louis, Mo. was recently identified as the nation’s top startup city because it wrapped up 2015 with the highest annual growth in venture capital funding.
But financial backing isn’t the only benefit entrepreneurs will find in the city just west of the Mississippi River.
Known as a hub of biotech and plant science research, St. Louis offers plenty of other startup resources and a cost of living that’s roughly 5 percent below the national average. Continue reading