In his article for SmallBizDaily.com, Nathan Abadi approaches technology from a relationship-centered perspective. Wise business leaders understand the value of this paradigm, summed up in the phrase, "Customers might not remember the details of the sale, but they will remember how you treated them."
Avalara, a leading name in tax compliance and automation, has released a free whitepaper that discusses how accountant offices can thrive in the current market. This 22-page analysis is divided into four sections:
Veteran entrepreneurs can offer some very helpful advice on running a business. And if that military businessman has earned $14 million within five years, other savvy entrepreneurs will stop and listen.
While cash flow is crucial for your business, hounding your clients for money owed can be tricky. Like Aesop's fable about the goose who laid golden eggs, we don't want our efforts to secure profits now to ruin future income.
The holidays will soon be over, but a gift that's an investment can benefit your company through the years. High quality ERP software is exactly that kind of gift for your growing small business. Owners and entrepreneurs can easily imagine the value that comes from greater efficiency plus increased visibility.
You know what you could lose if a tax collector comes to your small business with authorization for an audit. And you also know what could be lost if you don't offer your customers the best prices. Savvy entrepreneurs protect their businesses from larger loss, balancing between the two extremes, by investing in […]
In 2013, Michael Krigsman estimated that the global cost of failed IT projects was around $3 Trillion. The stats from the year before, according to the Standish Group, estimated that 1 out of every 6-7 IT projects ends in failure.
The worst thing you can do, when your customers want to talk about one thing, is to force a conversation about something else. And it's obviously not a very nice way to talk with your co-workers, neighbors, or family. However the tech industry may be making this kind of gaff with its marketing.