MySpace, Bebo, Friendster, Google Wave, Google Buzz, Ping. All brand names that meant something once, some of which had tens of millions of users in the online social space, all have something else in common; they tried to be David to Facebook’s Goliath and came off worse. All of them brought something new to the […]
As a copy writer I’m surrounded by words. They are the tools of my trade, the source of my income and I’m lucky enough to enjoy them immensely, especially in their written form.
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Many companies are feeling the strain of current economic conditions. This strain often increases pressure on the “selling part” of a business. Business owners are looking for innovations from the sales team to “find” the revenue. The trouble is enthusiasm for new innovations is often low when working in tough times – it’s just a push to “find the deals”. Planning for and executing best practices or innovations goes by the wayside.
This week our ERP, HR and Payroll teams are attending Softworld in London. Softworld bring business software vendors with businesses looking to choose the right business solution.
Ahead of Softworld, guest blogger Fran McKee, Marketing Director of Sage Business Partner Pinnacle, talks about how to successfully implement an ERP solution. Pop by stand AF130, at Softworld and ask Fran about a free business audit.
Modern apprenticeships are now considered extremely important for many school-leavers’ career paths. Many businesses prefer to see a candidate who has hands-on experience their sector than formal qualifications alone.
Ahead of Softworld guest blogger, Rebecca Bradley from Sage Business Partner CPiO, talks about the importance of carrying out regular business audits for the health of your business. And if you’re going to Softworld pop by our stand and say hi to Rebecca and sign up for a free business audit.
Having worked at Sage for over two years now, I’m acutely aware of the importance of culture, and also the physical environment I work in.
Lots of small businesses are finding it tough going at the minute. Raising overheads and downturn in consumer spending are reasons as to why some businesses are struggling.