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Technology at the Point of Sale

Imagine the lunch rush at a busy casual restaurant. The line is moving slowly while employees manage taking counter orders, making food, and answering questions. As a customer, you are getting frustrated. As an employee, you are flustered and wondering why you do this to yourself everyday. Everyone, both employees and customers, are being snappy […]

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Surviving an Economic Downturn

The economy can often be unpredictable, and while economists can tell when things are going to slow down it isn’t always possible to predict a downturn. When the market crashed in 2009, many small business owners were caught unawares, and they lost their businesses. While the economy is strong now, and small businesses are thriving, […]

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Technology for the Reluctant

Even though it is 2018 there are still many entrepreneurs and employees who are not sold on the idea of using technology to manage and organize their business. Instead of using automated invoicing, as an example, they insist on handwriting receipts and only accepting payment via checks. This lack of interest in using technology to […]

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Success in the Summer

Summer is traditionally a downtime for most businesses, but it doesn’t have to be. With your regular customers out of town throughout the summer months, there are many new people in town with whom you can do business. The task at hand is getting them in there and turning visitors into customers. Establish a Plan […]

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Making a Difference

Many small business owners have huge hearts for their communities and local causes. They feel immense loyalty to those have supported them and want to keep tight bonds with those around them. The other side of that is many small businesses have smaller budgets and less room to make significant philanthropic contributions. So what can […]

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