For many field service businesses there’s normally one recurring issue, an issue that can no longer be ignored, that prompts the leap from paper & spreadsheets to business management software. It’s usually either financial, operational or procedural, but when an issue spans all three the need for change becomes business critical.
This February, QuickBooks opens the doors to its annual conference - QuickBooks Connect London 2019. simPRO are delighted to be exhibiting once again.
What is business management software?
All businesses have various processes that they rely on to function - HR, sales and finance for instance. However, it’s normal and often the case for a business to grow in an ad hoc way, with software solutions brought in as, and when, they’re needed to help the business grow.
If you’re not up to date on the story so far, make sure to take a look at my latest post highlighting the pitfalls of missing valuable opportunities here.
And so the boiler replacement experience continues…
The concept of skill shortages is no foreign entity to the UK’s trades industries - as years have gone by, the number of available and skilled contractors and engineers has seemingly found a familiar pattern through which it ebbs and flows.
Since I joined simPRO 12 months ago, I’ve been working with trade businesses with a view to help them improve their business operations with software. So when I recently needed to call on the services of a plumber to fix my boiler at home, I was disappointed that the service I received didn’t meet the standard I expected.
Xero Partner Team Manager, Ian Phillips, highlights the essential apps that Xero Partner Firms should embrace to improve efficiency, but also ones that work seamlessly with Xero to provide clients with an end to end cloud solution.
Next month the cloud accounting powerhouse, Xero, opens the doors to its annual conference - Xerocon London 2018.