What’s the driving force behind employee productivity? The answer is simple, motivation.
Sometimes technology makes our lives simpler, and sometimes those simple solutions are more complicated than you can believe. The Google Docs voice recognition tool is a perfect example.
Customer Relationship Management software (CRM) help sales teams in many aspects such as organizing contacts, managing leads and different opportunities. Expensive CRMs have great functionality, but for those who want an effective solution that does not break the bank, using Google Sheets CRM is a great and easy alternative.
In these unprecedented and uncertain times, it's tougher than ever before for small businesses. Having the right software and tools to help you manage workflow and drive business growth is vital. Whether you're starting your own business, or looking to streamline, I thought I'd share what I consider to be 15 essential tools which will help you handle your small business software needs adeptly as we work to emerge stronger from the current pandemic.
With the advancements of technology in the digital age, remote video conferencing has become more common. And the COVID-19 Pandemic has highlighted just how vital video conferencing is to our business community.
The functionality of Google Docs is phenomenal; however, its effectiveness relies on knowing all of its capabilities.
It's probably safe to say all CEO's and business owners strive for the highest level of success when it comes to growing their brand and developing a lucrative business.
You know that feeling of anguish when you inadvertently delete valuable content from a document. Whether it’s one page or one paragraph, recreating it will be both troublesome and time-consuming.
Anyone in business or education can tell you that remote meetings and classrooms are a technological marvel ... when they function correctly.
Business executives often have a misguided notion that external communication is the driving force that makes a business successful. While companies do need to excel in the external communication realm, the real backbone of a successful business lies in the effectiveness of its internal communication.