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Amplify your business process improvements

Find the sweet spot Combine your knowledge of your business, our expertise in business processes, and automation Most business owners have ideas for modifying their company’s software to solve a problem, or plugging in a new module to add more capability. But...

Start with the best process improvement questions

Set your goals by asking questions in reverse order Be sure to ask these FIRST What would make your workflow really flow?What would be the ideal day for your people?How would you make your business better? Ask this SECOND How can we automate things with technology?...

Use software to make consistency and accuracy automatic

Which number would you like to see drop to zero? Zero uncertainty about how much money your company has at any time;Zero mis-shipments due to picking and packing errors;Zero variance found in physical inventory counts;Zero invoices paid when there’s no...

Respond fluidly to changing customer needs

Use software that lets you pivot with ease It’s like a basketball player who has the ball and is looking for an opening. While the players on the other team try to block a pass, the player can rely on a solid foundation of capabilities. The player can calmly,...

3 examples of sales orders made easier

Embed your rules into sales order creation Sales orders sit at the intersection of most processes in your business. To head off problems, it’s crucial to keep things simple and consistent. Here are three sales order screens we customized for clients that...

When productivity improvement becomes urgent

Have you squeezed every last drop out of your accounting software and now you need more? We find that our new clients have a problem that’s reached a stage where improvement has become critical, usually in the sales department, with inventory, or in production....

5 places to get more leverage from your software

Why you shouldn’t be using all of the capabilities of your software You know that saying, that companies use only a fraction of the full capabilities of their software— and insufficient training is blamed? Actually, you shouldn’t be using all of the capabilities...