A growing company can’t be run the same way that a business was when it first started out. Evolution and growth means a different approach is needed. With more customers and more employees the business needs to be managed just as efficiently and productively as when it had a handful of staff.
Our customers in the professional training services industry have also told us exactly what they want to help manage their business: an intuitive, easy-to-use application that allows frequent changes to be made quickly and easily.
After last year’s Brexit vote, many experts predicted the British economy would crash as a result of Britain announcing its intention to leave the EU and business continuity would be disrupted.
The best case scenario, it was predicted, would see a slow-down of Britain’s economy with the worst case scenario resembling something like the UK drifting off into the Atlantic never to be seen again.
If you’re serious about your business and serious about making it run more efficiently, then we are here to tell you that it is time to get serious about how you manage resource scheduling and time tracking within your organization. Pro tip: using spreadsheets is not a great solution for such important functions within your business.
Spreadsheets are a great idea for many things, but using them for timesheets or resource scheduling is a very bad idea. Here’s why.
With 25 years experience in professional services automation software, we know a thing or two about timesheet entry. We also know a thing or two about Outlook appointments. One thing we know for sure – no one fills out a timesheet for fun.
Business thrives in a secure and stable environment. Uncertainty surrounding Brexit and how the UK government plans to roll out its withdrawal from the EU presents challenges for all entrepreneurs and business leaders.
With offices and customers in the UK, USA, Australia, and Asia, we are sometimes asked about the location of our data storage facilities for users of our cloud-based products. As Brexit is now a reality, we have a simple answer when a British-based customer asks where its data will be stored. We have the same answer when a customer sees we have offices around the world.
If budget is your only consideration when shopping for enterprise software, you might prefer to use paper and pencil. Maybe even a free spreadsheet like Excel. They can certainly be cheap – but they waste a lot of time.