When you’re a business owner looking to improve operations through a custom business software project, you have to keep one eye on the bottom line. You need to know the project you need will be delivered on time, and on budget. But over time, it can be easy to let added features or delays push you past your estimate. Here’s what you can do as a business owner to keep your business software project on track.
If you are considering an upgrade to your business’s ecommerce website, cybersecurity is probably on your list of concerns. Find out how multi-factor authentication can help protect your consumers, and your company’s bottom line.
Are you opening a dozen spreadsheets a day? Is everything boxed into a rigid system that doesn’t flex to meet your business needs? If your current software situation doesn’t feel right, you may be looking for something new. But should buy or build? Does your company need a custom enterprise software, or is there already a proprietary app that does the job?
The modern era of business is all about doing more with less. You want your employees to be more productive without paying them endless overtime. The answer is efficiency. Content management controls on your integrated web solution make your workers more efficient, saving time, effort, and helping to avoid costly mistakes.
When you run a business, it is up to you to keep the leads coming and the customer pipeline full. For many enterprise-level companies, a useful and intuitive website is at the center of their business model. But changes to the way Google and other search engines handle protocol security could mean that your website is actually turning customers away before they even load the homepage.
In the spirit of this week being the start of the baseball season, our pitch is the Provisio version of that well-known baseball song:
(To be sung to the tune of Take Me Out to the Ballgame)
Take me out to your website,
Wait - can your website be found?
Will the search engines be able to track
Whether visitors ever come back?
Look, look, look at your home page
On a mobile device -
For it's one, two, three clicks you're out
At your old website.
Every business needs a website these days. Whether you are doing online retail sales, offering personal services, or connecting members across the country, the web is where business is happening. For many small start-up companies, their first web marketing effort is a stand-alone website built on a WordPress template or other DIY platform. But as your organization grows, you may need something more: an integrated web solution that does more of your work for you.
Your active adult facility is overbooked. You’ve got a book club and a Zoomba class both trying to use the same space. Your overworked office manager is scrambling to find another place for either of them while two dozen angry residents look on, impatient to get on with their chosen activity. What do you do? And perhaps more importantly, how do you keep this from happening again? Find out how the LifestyleLink community management software can minimize these problems through automated resource conflict management.