In the first article in this series, we discussed the severe limitations of Intuit QuickBooks for businesses experiencing growth. In the world of warehouse management software (WMS) and tools, QuickBooks’ warehouse features lack scalability and overall functionality.
Microsoft recently made waves when they rebranded one of their more ubiquitous products. Its popular productivity solution for small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) now has a sleeker look, heralding a new era in software development and design.
On the outside, it looks pretty much the same as the previous version.
Businesses are scrambling to adapt to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, and for many companies, this has meant embracing a digital shift sooner than expected. The good news? Microsoft Teams has stepped up to the plate, and for our South Florida clients, the app is proving to be a reliable way to collaborate remotely so their business doesn’t miss a beat.
Accounting is a complex job, which is why businesses need qualified accountants to prepare their tax returns and other financial records. And because dealing with stringent regulations and compliance standards are also complex, businesses must make sure there is rarely any room for error when recording business transactions.
Practically all Miami businesses rely on at least one piece of software. What makes any piece of software an essential business component is not whether users and non-users necessarily clamor for it, but whether it is properly integrated into your system.
Cyclical expenses are a fact of life for businesses. From an entrepreneurial perspective, one needs to spend in order to earn. But another fact of life is that resources aren’t perpetually available; a business needs to be smart with its finances in order for it to thrive.
South Florida is home to around 200,000 small businesses — 82,000 of them are in the Miami-Dade County area alone — and they’ve fueled consistent economic growth in the area for the past decade. So when the coronavirus pandemic hit, it became imperative for these enterprises to find creative ways to stay productive through quarantine.
The world is now facing an unprecedented “Black Swan event” in the form of the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing people to adopt strict social distancing and enterprises to brace for an impending recession. Many small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are already scrambling to implement means of survival.
Businesses nowadays are venturing into the world of remote work and virtual spaces, as the 2020 coronavirus pandemic has forced people to stay at home. Thankfully, remote work setups have been on the uptick even before COVID-19, and as we have noted with our Miami clients, it’s turning out to be a reliable way to maintain productivity and profitability.
Remote work is the new normal, as the public seeks refuge at home during the pandemic. Many owners and managers are concerned about the security risks of this shift, and with good reason.
But if you look at it, cybersecurity is just a matter of being proactive and strategically allocating resources to mitigate the biggest threats.