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Asset tracking isn’t glamorous, we know, there’s no misconception around that. However, there are many myths surrounding asset tracking and why it’s an integral business tool for any business. Let’s separate fact from fiction with these common mistaken beliefs.
Are you a freshly-minted business owner? Or perhaps you’re in year two or three of your business? Then you know that keeping track of your assets is a struggle as you grow and expand. Keys to your office, keys to the delivery van, keys to the filing cabinet, the amount of keys we can amass is staggering. So what happens if we lose our precious keyring?
Last month, we touched on some of the reasons why outsourcing or not can be a great move for business owners. However, companies haven’t ditched in-house hiring just yet. While outsourcing can be a wonderful strategic solution, it’s important to look at the rationale behind hiring in-house.
As business owners, we want to bring our A-game to the table each day, so it’s important to surround ourselves with the right people. Knowing when and who to delegate to is key to growing a successful business, but how do you know what type of employee to hire?
It may seem like posting mail is a thing of the past but you’d be oh, so wrong. While “snail mail” is no longer the primary form of communication, until teleportation is invented, sending original copies of documents and physical items will always have to go through the mail.
When we talk about asset tracking, what are the best strategic solutions on the market? It’s easy to say that GPS tracking is the best way to go; who doesn’t enjoy knowing they can pinpoint exactly where their missing phone is with the Find My Phone app?
The humble book has been around for centuries, traditionally used by accountants and bookkeepers. Nowadays, with computers and evolving technology, many of us have switched over to spreadsheets. Don’t get them confused though, they are not the same. Worksheet = paper; spreadsheet = digital. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of shifting things from hard copy to hard drive, or even still, the cloud?
Take a second and imagine your life without UberEats or Facebook. Perhaps you’re ready to ditch Facebook but let’s get real, a life without UberEats is a scary thought. Technology is so heavily ingrained in our life that we don’t stop to think about how they came to be.
In the business world, many of us talk about “being productive” but do we truly understand its importance? Of course, we don’t subscribe to our blog title – in fact, in our eyes, productivity can’t be overstated!