Machines and revolutionary computer programs are changing the future of work for the better. Workplace automation is allowing companies to operate more productively and efficiently, creating more time for staff members to work on other tasks.
Businesses that don’t use digital means for data management are starting to notice that they are falling behind. In this article, we will try to inspire you to implement these solutions into your existing business processes.
What is Workplace Automation?
Workplace automation is essentially a large network of systems which work together in order to create automated workflows. These systems can then be used to make repetitive tasks happen without the need for a physical person to be present.
Data is collected within these workflows, then processed and stored in order to share with the rest of a team. If you’re a business owner who still needs to hire staff to run mundane tasks, you aren’t achieving the best work efficiency possible. The right Automated System saves time and money, as it performs tasks without the need for any human intervention.
The smartest automation systems can prevent your staff from having to dig through massive amounts of data to find the important information you need.
Automated Data Processing systems are a breath of fresh air for those who seek to break down limitations found in older database systems. Our database systems, for example, can be made to run on one or a combination of platforms:
- PC Desktop
- Mobile Devices
- Web Browsers
This allows for a more accessible approach to data processing, as managing these systems could be done from anywhere at any given time. This helps to reduce possible downtime and gives your employees more time for other things, minimising any wasted time.
Improving Team Spirit
All of the most productive workforces in the world achieve success by securing a positive atmosphere. If you can maintain high staff retention by removing tasks like data inputting, people will feel more engaged and motivated.
You must make sure that you can balance out automated tasks, however. Automating the wrong areas could cause your team to feel like their job roles are at risk (see more in our blog Automation will not destroy jobs). Employee productivity should always be at the forefront for both employers and staff. Improving efficiency can help to keep workers performing at their best in deadlines, which is why automation is a useful tool for any company.
Your Human Resources department is a good example of an area which deals with huge amounts of administrative tasks. These tasks are where automated systems can thrive in improving business efficiency and accuracy. Some of these processes might include:
- Holiday Records
- Employee Data Management
Removing as much repetitive administration as possible can give Human Resources the time to focus on providing proper training and measuring staff production. Automation tools can help to relieve this.
The possibilities that workplace automation offers are endless – hopefully we’ve managed to inspire you to start using automated processes. Remember that software automation can be a working process. Software developers around the world are constantly creating unique ways to use these systems, changing business models for the better.
Contact us to schedule a free of charge consultation. We’re here to help to improve business efficiency and ensure that your business is effective as you move forward.
In our minds, a business is moving in one of two directions; either forwards or backwards.
The urge to grow a business helps to ensure increased strength and protection against events beyond the control of company leaders. In theory, the more diverse and evolved an organisation is, the greater likelihood is that it will not just survive any number of unforeseen events, but will thrive ‘no matter what’.
To develop a strong business, we’ll consider efficiency, and effectiveness.
By efficiency, we simply mean to do things in the best possible way to ensure consistent and quick results.
By effectiveness, we mean executing actions that will deliver the results you want.
Efficiency is vital when it comes to the overall profitability of a business. Effectiveness is vital to ensure growth. As business owners, we’re always searching for ways to increase profitability. Best practice dictates that we document all processes and systems, and work closely with teams to come up with new ideas. For years, businesses have worked with us to do exactly that.
Computerisation acts as the additional support team to implement new systems and ways of working that will drive your business forward.
Often, we encounter businesses that have built a good level of efficiency around a process that actually should have been removed altogether. You want a plan to help improve how your people work together on the same information set on excel? We say, stop working with excel wherever possible and move activity onto a shared custom database.
HOW WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU WORK TO ENSURE EFFICIENCY:
A great way to ensure maximum efficiency is to evaluate all processes and systems. Employees can be a great help with this. Engage your team to start to document, measure, and evaluate every critical process in your organisation. As you become more efficient you will discover new capacity for production and profitability.
Remember that a truly efficient employee is one that is supported with proper automation so they’re free to dedicate brain power where it will really pay off. Proper process management will help to ensure that anything that can be improved is clear to see. Inefficient processes will have nowhere to hide when a business shows proper commitment to identifying them.
HOW TO IMPROVE BUSINESS EFFECTIVENESS
The best way to improve effectiveness is for company leaders to consistently take the time to evaluate, plan, and focus the wider team on the overall goals of the business. An effective employee is one that has a clear understanding of the wider goals of a business, and understands their place to support those goals.
How efficient or effective is your business?
What are you doing to improve efficiency? What are you doing to improve effectiveness? By freeing up resources through automation, you can put more minds to work on achieving your company’s goals.
Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation help improve business efficiency to ensure that your business is effective as you move forward.
Automation is happening in nearly every area of industry. For many, this creates concern that there will be a massive reduction in employment as machines and automated processes take over.
What people often forget is that automation of manual tasks has been carried out for centuries, and as companies reach a ‘new normal’ of efficiency, business leaders choose to invest in people to take their product or service delivery to a new level.
Certainly over the last 150 years, many have predicted that automation is going to cause massive unemployment and render humans obsolete. We see claims by CEOs of major companies that the impact of AI and widespread automation will lead to the removal of people from the equation.
The key question is this: who are these processes being carried out for?
No matter how evolved AI becomes, the work done by it will be valued by how it drives revenue from consumers. If EVERY company has worked with a business like ours to automate as much as possible – then the competitive edge will still need to be found. This edge comes from the redeployment of people in new and innovative ways. Delivering a more attentive and personal level of service for example.
For the most part, automation in the last few hundred years took routine, monotonous, and physically dangerous or demanding tasks away from people. Despite the fact that a large amount of manufacturing was becoming automated, the number of workers grew, because the increase in productivity led to a decrease in the cost of cloth, making it more affordable for people to own several pieces of clothing, which then led to more demand and the need for… more workers.
So automation seems to have created more wealth and opportunity by increasing the productivity of humans. In the farming industry, farms produce more in less time due to automation – and there is still phenomenal demand for people in farming; demand that first world countries still struggle to meet.
Cash machines, word processors, auto cad software, self checkout machines and countless other innovations were all thought to be the harbinger of mass unemployment. The truth is that you refine automation and innovate to strengthen your company and reduce cost. This efficiency gives you the opportunity for people to do what they do best; give you the edge when working to build and grow.
To learn how automation can help your business, get in touch for a no-obligation consultation.
7 Important Reasons to Automate Business Processes
We believe that great people make for a great business. Especially when they work hard, are easy to deal with and are efficient at what they do. Automated data can be the key to success in an increasingly competitive business world.
Great people, however are not, and will never be as quick, accurate or cost effective as an automated process. Having a great and effective workforce is still crucial to nearly all manufacturers for example, but when it comes to some of the more dangerous or lightning-fast processes… it’s a good idea for the machines and computers to take over.
In order to help your people do great things, we believe that you should bring in automation wherever it is practical to do so.
But why? What are the tangible business benefits of automation?
Businesses are increasingly required to carry out complex and labour-intensive tasks. We believe that by delivering automation, companies will gain a competitive edge and significant cost-reduction by automating as many manual processes as they can.
Below, we go into detail about what we believe are the seven key reasons for automation:
1. CONSISTENCY & QUALITY:
For your business to thrive, everything you deliver or create should be of the highest standard. Delivering high quality products and the best possible customer service results in happier, long-term customers.
If you automate customer service follow-up processes for example, customers will all receive the same level of service from your business in this area no matter when they join or who they’ve dealt with. This allows you to set an optimal process in place, and have peace of mind that the delivery of this experience is not at risk of someone having an ‘off day’ or subject to human error.
Automation ensures that every action is performed identically – resulting in high quality, reliable results. Think about a key area of your business, and consider the wider benefit to you or your customers if you could guarantee uniform performance day in, day out.
A guarantee of quality and consistency coupled with time and efficiency savings allows you to innovate in other areas, building higher quality and more feature-filled products or services with minimal increase in production time or other costs.
2. TIME SAVING
Manual processes have to be performed in a consistent and linear way by humans – who can be prone to errors or are sometimes unable to consistently perform to an exact standard in the same way that a machine could. Time is money – so it’s wise to save time wherever possible by removing human intervention.
Automation tools could vastly reduce the number of tasks that would normally need to be carried out manually. The free time that you create can be used to do work that creates genuine value to your company. It really can’t be understated that removing menial or repetitive tasks can provide a giant boost to colleague morale, energy and motivation.
3. QUICK AND EASY VISIBILITY OF KEY METRICS
Continual success in business is dependant on building and implementing a superior strategy – based wherever possible on ‘data driven’ decision making.
Once you have an advantage, it’s crucial that you effectively monitor, evaluate and modify your strategy in real time – all of which requires you to act based on timely and accurate business data.
Automated systems are managed by workflows as you define them – which are consistently operated in an accurate way, and within your defined timeline.
Automation provides a wide range of benefits over manual systems that will give you the edge.
Whether you’ve opted to automate financial, billing, collections, sales or other data, all required key metrics can be recorded and reported on to provide you with the information you need as often as you need it.
4. A BOOST TO OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY
Efficiency by definition describes the extent to which time, effort and cost is effectively applied for the intended task or purpose.
Process automation reduces the time it takes to achieve a task, the effort required to undertake it and the cost of completing it successfully.
Automation not only ensures systems run smoothly and efficiently, but that errors are eliminated and that your best practices are constantly leveraged.
We obviously respect that people need to take time off for various reasons. It’s a great feeling to know that no matter who’s in the office, your automated tasks will continue to run and support your business. No sick leave or holidays required.
5. GOVERNANCE & RELIABILITY
The consistency of automated processes gives peace of mind that your business processes are operating effectively and that you can offer real reliability to your customers and maintain a competitive advantage.
The reliability of workflow automation ensures that processes essential for corporate governance are accurately carried out 100% of the time in accordance with set requirements.
6. IMPROVED TURNAROUND TIMES
Workflow automation allows companies to define and streamline their business processes. Eliminate unnecessary tasks and realign process steps to optimise the flow of information throughout your production, service, billing and collection departments.
This adjustment of processes distils operational performance and reduces the turnaround times for both staff and external customers. Reduced data entry will help you to deliver projects or tasks much more quickly. Time spent inputting data can be dedicated to more mentally challenging work.
7. COST REDUCTION
Manual tasks, given that they are performed one-at-a-time and at a slower rate than an automated task, will cost more. Automation allows you to accomplish more by utilising fewer resources. The advantages of automation are clear. It’s time to get in touch to discuss how we can help to automate key areas of your business.
Organisations have used paper for data collection for many years. However, we now have different approaches to collecting data which make your working day much easier and significantly improve the quality of data collection. This provides a much smaller area for error.
Digital collection doesn’t just reduce the possibility of error, but can also help you to automate any auditing that is required. By automating, you have a much faster and more efficient experience in catching errors and submitting data to other stakeholders with confidence in its accuracy.
A big issue with paper is that it can be misplaced and destroyed. This can later lead to problems if data needs to be accessed. If a fire were to take out various rooms and machines, would your data be safe?
Digital data can be easily managed and stored, helping to maintain duplicates. This helps to ensure it doesn’t get lost and can also help to be encrypted for a secure future access. This also improves the transparency of content, allowing for a reduction in data leaks.
Making the switch doesn’t just help financially, but also helps with ease of labour time. Electronic devices can cost more at the beginning of the transition but have a much rewarding payoff. When a company takes into consideration the amount of time and money spent on hiring, training and buying machines that support paper data entry, it is a much lower cost to invest in digital data collection. Making the move to paper creates more time for hard work and creates a much more efficient work environment.
Visibility and Tracking
most important shift from paper is real-time tracking. Paper process don’t immediately inform you of what’s being entered and can often create later issues. Digital has the added bonus of keeping track of what’s being entered, helping to make quick decisions and ensuring consistent accuracy.
The on-screen visibility provides great immediate strategy for data management. Analytics help to manage both people and assets, creating the best data management practices and outcomes.
Speed and Efficiency
Digital collection reduces both collection time and the time required to analyse and export the results. Paper can be difficult to work with, not only for workers but management who deal with forms. If changes are needed, it’s difficult to update and later distribute paper but for digital, it’s a real-time experience with editing with ease. With just a few clicks, digital forms can be sent off to all workers and clients therefore making the distribution process quicker.
Most organisations benefit from the switch to digital. If you need any additional information regarding data management or any of our other services, please contact us. We understand that it can be difficult to make the transition from paper, but we are here to help.
If you’re trying to decide whether to go for off-the-shelf or custom software, you’re not alone. From tailor made suits to bespoke furniture, there is always a strong argument that these options actually provide better long-term value than their cheaper, mass-market counterparts.
A high quality, tailored suit will set you back well in excess of £1,000 whereas a high street, off-the-rail suit may cost well under £100. But the custom option will last a lifetime whereas the fast-fashion suit will be lucky to get through the year without loose threads. The same logic can be applied to software. While it may seem like an intimidating outlay, here are 6 reasons why custom database automation software is a smart investment for you.
When you buy off-the shelf software, you are buying something that, by nature, is broad in its strokes. It is designed as a one-size-fits-all fix for the needs of every business. This implies that every business has the same generic needs. In reality, however, every business is unique and has its own unique requirements.
This is where building a relationship with a developer helps you go in depth and collaborate with an expert who understands what you are trying to achieve. You can help them make the best piece of software for your business by applying their knowledge to your situation, the only limit is… well, there isn’t one.
Off-the-shelf software often has limitations and this can be a problem as your business grows. Custom software can be developed taking into account your projected growth, ensuring it can bear the weight of whatever the future may hold. It can be very difficult to predict the changes that await the business so software that can adapt and grow with you can be priceless.
As your bespoke software is designed to do exactly what you need it to, there are no tricky workarounds to worry about. This can save masses of time and cost in training, not to mention the time saved by having an efficient, confident workforce using the right tools for the task.
Because it is designed to your specification for use only by your company, custom software is far less vulnerable to external hacking than off-the-shelf software. Professional hackers spend time learning how to hack all of the mainstream software platforms and are experts at doing so. On the other hand they have no way of knowing what custom software products you have or how to attack them.
Getting support and good customer service from a large software company can prove to be an exhausting task. You can count on either a very long wait on the phone or a support page with ‘Frequently Asked Questions’, none of which have anything to do with the issue you are having. With custom developed software, however, you have access to the exact team that designed and constructed your software. They know the ins and outs of your requirements and have an intimate knowledge of your bespoke software.
We at Computerisation want to provide you with the best software solutions possible and will support you every step of the way.
6. Long-term Cost
While there are initial costs to developing custom software due to starting at ground zero, there are long-term financial benefits. When considering the costs of upgrades and add ons for off-the-shelf software as well as additional hardware to run it and annual license renewals you actually skip a lot of the hidden costs when opting for custom developed software.
So if your company needs its databases automated with software that allows employees to work at their most efficient with the confidence of security and the support of developers who understand and care about your individual requirements, we can help! Enquire today and discuss your requirements with our knowledgeable team of software development professionals.
What a year we’ve had.
In January, the United States nearly entered a full conflict with Iran.
In February, wildfires raged across Australia causing devastation.
In March… COVID-19 sent us all into lockdown, and businesses began to furlough staff as they closed their doors. Thankfully, many companies had already reached the point where they have a good level of system automation in place, so fewer manual hands overseeing things was a situation that they could work with.
For other businesses though, certain processes or reports will have had to stop. Suddenly, the company is running with reduced human resource AND reduced output in key areas.
We don’t advocate automation to our clients to simply remove humans from the equation. We want your people to focus on more complex or ‘human centric’ tasks. While it’s true that automation will lower certain overheads and reduce cost, this is intended to extend the reach of your business and enable your people to carry out rewarding and valuable work in other areas.
It’s also crucial to have efficient processes in place before you grow your business. If you scale poor processes and have manual hands controlling your data, you’re probably heading for disaster.
As UK firms work to recover in the months and years ahead, some will have the advantage of total efficiency. Others will find they return to an even more competitive landscape without having the fundamentals in place.
Its not too late for your business to achieve efficiency.
We’re here to provide a no-obligation FREE consultation that will put decades of expertise at your disposal. We’ll help you understand the potential for improvement in your organisation, and lay out a roadmap for implementation, so that your business is fighting fit for future challenges.
Efficiency is the key. Let us work for you and show you how to streamline your business processes.
Microsoft Access definitely has it’s place in the business world (as all Microsoft products do).
There is a huge and potentially very expensive pitfall for business owners that we want to talk about.
First, let’s focus on the positive aspects of MS Access.
It’s quick and easy to create a database system for a start so Access is a cost-effective option for small businesses far and wide. It will help you to store and manage information for reference, analysis and reporting. It can help you to keep track of your clients and ensure you maximise the potential of data as you grow.
Great, so what’s the down side?
While a spreadsheet program like Access is fantastic in many ways, it can quickly transform from being an asset to your small firm – to becoming a threat as you begin to scale your business.
If you are using Microsoft Access with its internal database, it’s vital that you back it up regularly.
Due to the limitations of the platform, this means that you have to plan a ‘maintenance window’ when everyone stops using the system to take the backup. More often than not, this is done ‘out of hours’ but there are often occasions where downtime happens while people are trying to work.
Microsoft Access databases can become corrupted quite easily. This could be caused by power, hardware or a network failure. Your Access database can also be corrupted if a user reboots their PC with the Access system running. It really is that fragile and easy to break.
Once your access database is corrupt, you’ll need to restore a previous backup. You need to be aware if you’ve been entering customer transactions or other data all day and your Access database becomes corrupt at 4.30 in the afternoon, the restoration will wipe out all data that has been entered that day.
If you have paper copies, the entries can be re-placed manually. It’s a time-consuming process… but at least you have the data. If you can enter the data in the exact sequence any transaction numbers (for orders, invoices etc) will be correct, however if you cant replicate the entry sequence exactly (and this is almost impossible if using multiple workstations) and transaction numbers given to customers will no longer correlate to the newly entered ones.
If you update your system from information received personally or via telephone and there is no paper trail, that information is lost permanently.
To avoid getting into this nightmare scenario you should use a database platform such as Microsoft SQL server. MS SQL Server uses client-server and batch transaction processing technologies that prevent database corruption.
A lot of business owners don’t realise this, but you can use MS SQL Server as a back-end database with your MS ACCESS front end (the screens & reports). So there is a relatively cost effective way of upgrading your system to ensure that it’s more robust and reliable.
A temporary solution without cost would be to close down and backup lunchtime therefore you reduce the risk to just losing half a day’s data.
And if you’re thinking ‘there must be a better way’ you’d be absolutely right.
We’ve dedicated our expertise to help businesses avoid these problems and are available for a FREE consultation to discuss what we could do for you.
Get in touch for a no-obligation discussion. We’re looking forward to introducing you to new ideas & ways of working that will streamline your business and reduce costs.
Let’s start with the basic definition of a database:
A database is an electronic collection of data that is used to access, review, and update specific information in a quick, consistent and logical manner. We’ve spent years building our expertise on implementation of the best Database Software solutions – and we offer completely bespoke solutions that are tailor-made for your business.
In addition, we’re on-hand to support customers with everything they need to get the highest possible value from their data and ensure that teams are working at their peak.
Great, so exactly what is database software?
We simply mean ‘software that’s engineered to create databases’ which allows you to store, manage, change, search, and extract information contained within databases.
Fully comprehensive database software programs are often referred to as database management systems.
How is database software used ?
Primarily to safeguard information in databases and ensure that it’s both accurate and consistent.
Functionality of Database software:
• Multi-user access control
• Data security management
• Database communication
• Data storage
• Backup and recovery
• Presentation and reporting
What are the different types of database software?
There are generally thought to be six sub-categories:
- Analytical database software
- Data warehouse database software
- Distributed database software
- End user database software
- External database software
- Operational database software
Analytical database software
Allows users to retrieve information from a variety of databases and examine them in order to quantitatively assess performance (business, departmental, employee, etc.).
Data warehouse software
Users can pull required data points from a variety of databases and store everything in a central location to gain critical insights and report on them. Data warehousing helps ensure data integrity by easily identifying any inconsistency.
Distributed database software
Involves a database management system which is centralised. It controls information stored in various locations (including the cloud, your company Local Area Network – or a standard network server). This ‘distributed’ model is usually considered the safest because of its natural data redundancy features.
End user database software
Stores information that is used primarily by one person (Microsoft Excel and its spreadsheets are an example.)
External database software
Compiles information to be accessed by a variety of users, often via the Internet.
Operational database software
This lets users modify data in real-time (for purposes such as financial and customer relationship management).
Relational vs non-relational Databases:
What is a relational database?
Relational databases use a Structured Querying Language (SQL) and are able to handle various transaction-oriented applications. Relational databases present information in tabular form (for example, as a collection of tables with each individual table comprising a set of columns/rows) and provide ‘relational operators’ to adjust and manipulate data.
Many enterprise database management systems utilise relational databases – which are increasingly popular for real-time web applications. These are beneficial if you want a particular application to handle complicated querying, or if you’d like to eliminate the process of manually joining data or the routine analysis of data.
What is a non-relational database?
Modelled by means other than the tabular system detailed above. A great advantage of non-relational databases is that they can incorporate and store all kinds of Big Data quite easily – including ‘unstructured’ and ‘semi-structured’ data.
However, a non-relational database simply stores data without mechanisms to link data from different tables, so the design is generally less complicated.
This means you have to carry out multiple queries and manually join data, which can pose new challenges.
Some examples of database platforms:
• IBM DB2
• Microsoft Access
• Microsoft Excel
• Microsoft SQL Server
• Oracle RDBMS
• Quick Base
• SAP Sybase ASE
What’s the difference between ‘on-premise’ and ‘hosted database’ software?
Fundamentally, ‘on premise’ database software is implemented at an organisation’s physical location, utilising on-site hardware, IT infrastructure, and support at that location. A company’s own IT department typically maintains and solves problems related to this software.
Hosted database software, also called ‘Software-as-a-Service’ (SaaS), is owned, delivered, and managed remotely via the cloud by a provider which is separate from the purchasing organisation.
Many organisations license such programs at the same time, and typically pay-per-user or through a subscription. An advantage of on-premise software is that it can be customised to individual requirements more easily. However, hosted database software programs generally allow users to scale up more rapidly.
How do I choose the right database software?
Truthfully, it can be very difficult to decide on the best solution for you. That’s why we’re here to provide a free consultation. You can get in touch here – and we’ll start to ask the necessary questions to help you make the right choice.
Adapting your approach to customer relationship management (CRM) doesn’t have to be a huge investment. We’ve been working for years to adapt CRM solutions to individual client needs across the UK to help them do business around the world.
By taking advantage of our expertise, you could bring significant value to your business and reduce costs in a variety of ways.
For many businesses, the value of a bespoke CRM system is without question. Often, the barrier to creating such a system isn’t understanding the benefits – it’s more about concern over the cost.
We’re sorry to say that this can be true for many businesses; companies regularly charge eye-watering amounts of money for a customised CRM that stores customers data and information on client and supplier interactions. As nice as it is to have complete functionality that wouldn’t be possible with an ‘off-the-shelf’ CRM, prohibitive pricing has prevented some businesses from taking steps to improve the way that they work.
The fact is that costs don’t need to be as high as you might think. For computerisation Ltd, the following is true.
Truly bespoke CRM engines don’t need to be created completely from scratch.
We’ve been building CRM systems for a long time, and we have many proprietary functions that we can adapt in the interests of cost control. This makes it possible for us to work to a more modest budget.
Any of the hundreds of other solutions that we’ve put into place could be a partial match for your needs. If this is the case, we’ll use that knowledge to ensure you get a very reasonable deal.
While it’s true that specific functions may be completely unique to you, that doesn’t mean you’ll be charged as if the whole thing is completely bespoke.
We’ll make sure that our CRM solution matches your needs specifically – so it will be completely efficient and easier to use.
A bespoke CRM will help to cut away any redundant features – to ensure that you and your people can focus on the important points that drive your business forward.
You’ll have exactly what you need – and nothing more when you take a CRM solution from us.
We can adapt existing processes where appropriate to stay within budget.
Bespoke CRM systems don’t need to do everything in a unique way for the sake of it.
While it’s true that your business is unique – and your method of working will be different to your competitors, you’re probably not in need of anything too unusual that would prevent us from adapting something to give you the results that you need.
Whether you need us to bridge a divide to your e-commerce store, automatically send text messages or monitor a global supply chain, a wide range of ‘bolt-on’ options are ready to get you where you need to be.
Whether we start from scratch or not, bespoke CRM systems can adapt to the changing needs of your business.
Many businesses needed to reduce or limit visibility of certain data points following the implementation of GDPR in 2018. Things can change, and if you need more or less of a particular feature, we’re ready to create an update to manage your needs.
All in all, the comparable cost of a bespoke CRM vs an off-the-shelf package isn’t really as simple as one initial amount vs another. For you to grow your business, introduce a new type of audience or stakeholder, recruit additional staff members or create a new channel of communication… it can all be done with a bespoke CRM.
When you’re ready, we’re here to offer a FREE consultation on the best solution for your business.
We’ve been through this process many times before, and we can’t wait to show you all the ways that a custom CRM solution can help your business.
Get in touch today, and we’ll help you get up and running with a completely bespoke customer management platform quickly… and within your budget.