Posts Tagged“IT”

When many entrepreneurs sit down and create a budget detailing the cost of the resources they need to run their businesses, they may realize that they don’t have the resources they need to pay full-time staff members to fulfill roles that are vital to the business’ success. Lean companies don’t keep people around when they’re not needed; just as you only need your tax accountant once a year, you may only need an IT professional when a problem arises or when you want to adopt a new technology. When there’s a “technical difficulty” in your operations, sourcing a solution can…

photo by CC user PeteLinforth on pixabay IT has changed the landscape for businesses around the world. Businesses promote themselves on the internet, sell good goods and services, place and take orders online, and access the latest data when drawing up new strategies. This means that your business as a modern enterprise needs to have people on board with knowledge of IT if it is to stay ahead of the competition. If businesses are to fight off the chasing pack, then they need to have staff that are well trained in various skills, and in particular IT. There are still…

According to Entrepreneur, building a business takes three key steps: Validate, Pivot, and Grow. Basically what they’re saying is that you need to make sure that a market actually exists for your product, you need to change the product as needed to ensure it’s as profitable as possible and then you need to market and sell that product like gangbusters. It sounds relatively simple, right? Guess what. There is more to it than that. The idea is just the beginning… Step One: Defining Your Market We’re going to assume that you already know there is a market for your product…

For some time now the modern business environment has centered around the Internet; these days businesses can use the World Wide Web to communicate with clients and suppliers, to access resources that may have been previously unobtainable, to develop their business model beyond recognition, and to compete on a global stage against companies of any size. Similarly, customers now, more than ever before, are accustomed to finding out about businesses, and the services they offer, via websites and mobile apps, and so designing and maintaining a good online presence by creating an app or a website that is highly interactive…