As a growing business; you’re already experiencing business growth, you’re dealing with more orders, higher customer demands, and increased competition. If you’re feeling out of breath trying to catch up, always looking backwards rather than forwards, then your systems are feeling stressed as well. The way your people work is changing too. You may be worried about the complexity of a more robust solution, but a more powerful solution for your business is waiting, one that works the way you do, improving productivity while scaling to fit your growing requirements. Continue reading →
Imagine driving a car without a dashboard. Scary isn’t it. How do you know how fast you are driving, how much fuel you have left in the tank and where you are heading? It’s exactly the same for businesses. If you don’t have actionable insight into your business data, how do you know how healthy the business is (sales, turnover, number of orders, profit margins, outstanding projects, expenses etc.), know if your clients are paying on time, if the entire workforce is fully utilised and whether you are reaching your business objectives? Continue reading →
SEPA End Date Regulation: 1 February 2014
You may or may not be aware that SEPA (Single European Payments Area) have issued a compliance date for all European companies dealing with credit transfers and direct debits in the Euro currency.
What does this mean?
After the SEPA end date, (1 February 2014), Banks need to be able to accept debit and credit transactions in SEPA formatted files, and their clients (you), need to be able to produce SEPA compliant files. Continue reading →
What once held small businesses back has been made possible with software and services now available through cloud computing. Although QuickBooks is available online, there are a number of other affordable deployment options now available, bringing down the cost of more comprehensive business management solutions. Continue reading →
Many of us tend to wear multiple hats in our roles, especially if you’re a small-medium business (SMB). There is nothing wrong with taking on added responsibility, unless you are juggling more than what you can already handle. It also starts to get risky if you try to manage something you have absolutely no experience in. There are definitely some things that are better left to the experts, and that includes managing business technology.
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