Management Software

Selling Products Online for your Business

Posted on July 14, 2017 at 5:11 pm

The majority of businesses now have a website where customers can find out more about the company and the products. A growing number of companies also have eCommerce sites, a platform for selling products and achieving more sales for the business. This is a very good idea if the products you sell can easily be transported to customers and they can buy them easily online without having to contact you first.

Talk to a web designer about setting up an eCommerce site for you. They will be able to talk you through the process and give you an idea of how much it will cost for your business. You should be able to negotiate a fair price for an eCommerce site very easily. Tell the designer about your products so they have a full understanding of what you sell and how an eCommerce site will fit into your business model.

Posted in Management Software

Managing your Website Effectively

Posted on January 29, 2017 at 1:20 pm

Once you have a new website, the work does not stop there! You will still need to carry out regular maintenance work to keep things ticking over. This could include:

  • Updating company information, especially if you show members of staff on your website. Make sure the details you have are accurate and relevant.
  • Keeping product information and prices up to date, especially if you have an eCommerce website.
  • Creating new landing pages for areas that you want to target.
  • Adding new pages as the business expands, to show new services or give additional information.
  • Keeping your design modern and attractive.
  • Ensuring security is tight and your website is well protected.

It might be worth working with a professional to help you manage your website properly. They will be used to offering continuous website improvement to you, helping you to keep your site up to date and market it effectively on the internet.

Posted in Management Software

CRM Software and security

Posted on April 25, 2016 at 9:57 pm

Online security is always in the minds of our customers. With the recent large cyber-attacks on massive firms of banks and service providers of late, it is no wonder that many customers are dubious about giving their details out and allowing them to be stored online.

Data protection needs to be undertaken seriously and as a business owner, you need to ensure that you not only compile to the minimum standards but also try to exceed these.

One comprise can cause you to lose potentially millions of customers and have a knock on affect for years to com. CRM software is often used to store sensitive data about a customer such as names, address, phone numbers and even account details. If using a CRM system then you need to ensure that it is secure and that you are storing your data in the correct way. Certain data may need to be encrypted so if it does fall in to the wrong hands, it is not able to be deciphered.



Posted in Management Software

Investing in marketing software

Posted on March 19, 2016 at 8:54 pm

The market is flooded with marketing software that you can buy or lease that promises to increase your sales or improve your business. Finding out if the software is worthwhile investing in can be tricky as you cannot take just take the word of the sales person trying to sell it to you. You need to invest some of your own time looking into reviews and ideally factual figures to see how well the software works and if it is going to do what you need it to.

When searching for reviews, be dubious to believe all that you read on the software companies own site or linked sites such as Facebook, Google Plus etc as these can have been fabricated, instead try and find a third party impartial site.

Always ask for a free trial of software before you commit to it to see how it works and if you are not happy with the trial then do not be scared to ask for more time.





Posted in Management Software

Social media software solutions

Posted on December 8, 2015 at 11:16 pm

If you use social media software for your business then you are probably aware of how time consuming it can be. Firstly you need to create separate profiles on all the social media sites (and you may even need more than one if you want to do it via department for example). Once you have set all the accounts up you will then need to log in to them individually to post status updates, photos / videos or to reply to comments etc.

There are some great social media software packages that allow you to do this all under one roof. You can log in and create posts and chose when and where to publish it to. It could be that you want it n Facebook and Twitter for example, and want to schedule it for the following day.

Many of these software applications charge a monthly fee for the use of their system, but be sure to check how long you are tied in for and always try and get a free trial of the software before agreeing to purchase it.

Posted in Management Software

Next Page »