by Adam Young 2 min read
By Joy Moore
As we move into a new form of society with self-isolation, social distancing, pubs and clubs closed, more and more we need to look at online options. Not just for buying our necessities but also for the way we work and communicate.
Whilst there are a lot of companies that already fully embrace online practices and working remotely for some companies this will be a massive change to their ‘norm’. If companies are not prepared then this could seriously impact their business more than the current climate already has.
As SMB’s co-director Jeffrey Atizado recently stated, ‘These are difficult times and business owners need to be able to pivot quickly to weather the storm. People will adapt to new behaviours and ways of doing business. We need to move quickly and find innovative solutions to survive.’
Companies need to look at what online options they currently have and what they need to look at moving to. If they don’t already, can they sell online? Is their website current? How do they have team meetings and communicate especially, if people need to work from home?
Some of the questions you can ask are:
Are you in the Hospitality business?
Are you in the Retail industry?
Are you a Wholesaler with distribution requirements?
Are you a service-based business?
What methods of communication will work for staff working remotely?
SMB Consultants are specialists in Retail, Wholesale, Online and Hospitality and can help you navigate through these challenging times. We also have a remote working team based in Sydney, Hervey Bay, Sunshine Coast, Auckland and the Philippines so we know what systems work to continue functioning as a team.
Please reach out at any time during these unprecedented times so we can discuss some methods to keep your business going and your team working together.
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by Adam Young 6 min read
If business efficiency, profit margin, streamlined supply chain and scaling your business are important to you, being familiar with Cloud Integration is essential and it has the opportunity to achieve all these things and more.
Cloud integration can provide a wealth of efficiencies for businesses and allow them to be more productive. On the other hand, if not set up correctly in the beginning can cause countless problems and potentially have counter productive results.
by Adam Young 3 min read
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