Recent U.S. Census data estimates there are over 27 million small businesses in the United States at any given time. Yet, research also shows that only 10 percent of startup companies succeed after the first year. Becoming one of the successful 10 percent involves a lot of hard work, including making the right business decisions at the right time. Whether you’re a startup entrepreneur or a veteran in your industry, it’s never a bad idea to look for advice to improve your business acumen and make the right software, technological and resource investments for your company.
Tools to start a business
Starting a business is exciting, and having the right tools can make all the difference when it comes to how simple or difficult it is. Learning about financing can help you with the transition and make your new business a success.
Hiring and employee retention tools
Hiring and keeping good employees is a key part of any business strategy. Understanding how to identify and keep talented employees is key to your success as a business, no matter what industry you’re in.
- Applicant Tracking Systems
- Background Check Companies
- Corporate Relocation
- Employee Incentive Programs
- Employment Screening Services
- Expense Management Software
- Job Search Sites
Workload management tools and services
Once you’ve got the team you need, you’re going to want to make sure they’re operating at peak efficiency. Thankfully, there are more workload management tools at your disposal now than ever before. You’ll be able to automate or manage all the small office duties so you can focus on the more demanding parts of your job.
- Business to Business Services
- Credit Card Processing
- Debt Collection Agencies
- Payroll Services
- PEO Services
- Transcription Services
- Translation Services
- Virtual Office
- Virtual Receptionists and Answering Services
Business software and services
We’re living in a tech-focused world where even the smallest of businesses should embrace digital tools. Regardless of size, your business will need some tech solutions to keep up.
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