Chanakya Kyatham — May 27, 2020 Offices often have a lot of people walking in and out of its premises, and installing a CCTV camera at the entrance no longer cuts it as enough workplace security. In order to avoid any data security breach or physical threat from unwanted and dangerous visitors, it is important … Continue reading How a Visitor Management System Can Improve Safety & Security for Workplaces, Offices
Laura Krajewski — January 31, 2020 Business is all about competition. Today, the big player in that competition is customer experience. A survey by Harris Interactive found that a quarter of U.S. adults don’t feel loyalty toward any type of brand. And, 56% of those surveyed said they’d be at least somewhat likely to switch … Continue reading The Road to Deploying a Call Center System Doesn’t Have to be Bumpy: 4 Essential Steps Toward a Smoother Transition with New Tech
Don Dalrymple — December 11, 2019 Follow @dondalrymple When your business is you, operating it is a cinch. How you do things is simply in your head. You can develop and rely on your habits to get customers and deliver your service. Make calls with your friendly approach, send a proposal the way you are … Continue reading Get Your Business Out of Your Head and Into a System
Jeff Slaughter — October 31, 2019 If your company is a small business with a big vision, you know it’s not easy to compete with the big boys. You have to be smart, nimble and creative to compete with their resources, manpower and budget. That’s true in all aspects of business but especially in your … Continue reading Take Your IVR System for Small Business to the Next Level
Jose Casal — October 28, 2019 Photo by Mike Lewis HeadSmart Media on Unsplash When working with a flow-based Kanban system there are a few statements that I would suggest most teams should bear in mind. One of my class attendees labelled these as “Jose’s Rules for Flow” Whilst I wouldn’t go so far as … Continue reading How Well Does Your System Flow?
CRO and growth teams should be cheerleaders for evidence-based decision making, experimentation and the judicious use of data in campaigns. Alex Birkett on June 24, 2019 I know it sounds banal, but I’d like to revisit the question: “What is conversion rate optimization.” If you search Google, the answer seems obvious enough. The first result, … Continue reading Conversion optimization is an operating system (not a tactic)
Kenna Griffin — April 16, 2019 — April 16, 2019 I’d like a peek inside your productivity system. You may have read here before that I’m a real nerd when it comes to productivity. Ok, I’m a nerd, in general, but I love the study of productivity. Productivity and leadership are two subjects I just … Continue reading Productivity: What Does Your System Look Like?
Marvin Magusara — November 26, 2018 Follow @bubblelocalseo — November 26, 2018 Irrespective of region, industry, and size, there’re some things all businesses have in common. To begin with, they all run hinged on a foundation of contracts. If you concur the same applies to your business, are you presently using a contract management system? … Continue reading 6 Insanely Clever Ways Small Businesses can Benefit From a Contract Management System
Eric Vo — October 26, 2018 — October 26, 2018 Issues with managing cash flows can stem from business owners prioritizing the wrong things. This is what Courtney Barbee, the next generation owner of The Bookkeeper, told the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). “So many businesses are so eager to obtain new clients and … Continue reading How a Good Accounts Receivable System Can Help Your Business
Ashleigh Betvardeh — October 2, 2018 — October 2, 2018 FirmBee / Pixabay Search engine optimisation is the immune system of your digital body. You may not really understand how it works, but it is there to regulate your website’s health. In such a saturated marketplace, search engine optimisation makes sense, but most people don’t … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why SEO is the Immune System of Your Digital Strategy