Currently Microsoft Business Solutions is on the way of creating so-called suites: Microsoft Financials, Microsoft Distributions, Microsoft HR, Microsoft Manufacturing. It is very difficult to say which product will be the core of which suite, but the best guess is this: Microsoft Great Plains – Microsoft Financials and probably Distribution/Supply Chain Management and HR, Solomon – Microsoft Project or Professional Services, Navision – Microsoft Manufacturing. If you have Microsoft Business Solutions Navision and support it for your company then you need to know some technical details about Navision version upgrade and what is going on behind the scenes, which options do you have in case of C/SIDE customization or Jet Reports.
Some webmasters report that search engines account for 75% or more of their total website traffic. However, it’s important not to become too dependent on search engines for new business. Achieving a top listing from a major search engine is becoming more and more difficult over time. The competition for top spots is intense and it’s getting harder every day to get listed at all. Also more and more search engines are moving to a pay-per-click model, and paying for top listings may not be in your budget.
Customer Service is a critical factor for keeping your clients coming back and ensuring they’ll refer you to others. Growing your business will be a difficult task at best if you don’t perform, meet and exceed your client’s expectations, and provide service that creates customers for life.
Business owners often find it difficult to know whether their marketing tactics are working. This can be especially tricky when you use a combination of marketing activities simultaneously, or if using personal-contact tactics such as networking.
In today’s highly competitive economy, it is difficult to
maintain a significant market advantage based on your
professional skills alone. Developing a trusting relationship
with your clients is key to your success. No matter what business
you are in, the most powerful value-added you can contribute in
any business relationship is the trust factor.
Ever try to be something for everyone and find no one wants it? Do you have trouble
finding the time to focus on your business? Do you do so much for so many that
you find it’s difficult to make any financial progress in your business; much less
make an indelible mark in the mind of your potential customers? I found myself on
that road so many times, that I could be a tour guide for Please-want-me-ville.