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The wisdom many small businesses wish their ‘bigger brothers’ would unveil to them is how to leverage the power of big data. It is an eternal debate: are you lacking the numbers to be successful, or the competence to understand the numbers you already have? Read More
Businesses of today are in high demand of resources, and in a constant struggle to keep up the pace of their competitive environments. Maintaining a quality relationship with customers is the cornerstone of that process, which is why CRM software systems happen to pull some serious investment out o Read More
There has been a continuous debate on which one is a better knowledge base - a SaaS knowledge base or open source wiki. Honestly, it all depends on your tailored needs, your resources and what is your budget.

Some may find an open source as a better option while others may find SaaS knowledge ba Read More
Many accounting software are more similar than different in terms of features. Standard modules include general ledger management, invoicing, and payment processing.

So aside from key features, when choosing the best accounting software for small business in 2017 consider these other aspects: ea Read More
The past decade has been a flourishing time for cloud solutions as they’ve quickly become a new industry standard for companies worldwide. As industry insiders, we’ve decided to add our contribution. Our aim was to shed some light on current trends in cloud sector, as well as look into their neares Read More

4 Hard Truths About the First Year of Launching Your Business

4 Hard Truths About the First Year of Launching Your Business - https://smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Startups
From https://smallbiztrends.com 2083 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on January 20, 2017 11:20 am
A lot of first-time business owners are simply unprepared for what to expect their first year, and that leads to their own demise. But if you can survive the first 12 months, you have a decent shot at long-term success. Here’s what you need to be aware of if you’re planning to launch a business thi Read More
Effective communication is an absolute requirement for successfully starting a business, but it doesn’t come naturally to many entrepreneurs. Communication is considered a social skill, and inventors and engineers, for example, are not known to be social butterflies. Read More

The four most important questions to ask yourself

The four most important questions to ask yourself  - http://www.alphagamma.eu Avatar Posted by MashaKaran under Startups
From http://www.alphagamma.eu 2084 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on January 18, 2017 9:56 am
Kevin Starr, the incredible Executive Director of the Mulago Foundation, invests $10M per year into social impact organizations tackling the toughest problems in the harshest conditions in the world.

The way he evaluates an investment is by asking the following four (seemingly) simple questions: Read More
A good entrepreneur is not necessarily born a good salesman. In fact, they are often the opposite, more focused on building things rather than selling them. Yet, in today’s world of information overload, marketing and selling skills are critical to the success of every startup. Read More
In this episode of Business Systems Explored, Matt breaks down how to reduce churn and retain your customers. Read More
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