In today’s competitive business world, a key aspect to success in any organization or business model is their ability to discuss and implement technology into their current and future growth strategies. You can be on the right track, but unless you’re moving forward, you’re either going to get run over or passed up. As an organization grows, so must it’s flexibility and productivity. A business organization should be operating somewhat differently than it was ten years ago, or even five years ago.
Upland recently released a press release, found here, outlining the new and improved Tenrox 2013 R2. And who is Upland? Well, they’re the world’s largest cloud provider of enterprise software for project, portfolio and work management.
“Today’s distributed workforce requires an easy-to-use solution that can be accessed anytime and anywhere. This is one of the reasons why we focused on developing a completely new mobile solution that is accessible on any mobile device and available on all popular platforms.”
Those are the words of Kevin Sequeira, Upland Software’s Director of Product Management for the Tenrox product line.
If you’re a Father, had a Father or can at least think like a Father for a moment, then you’ll know the answer to this question. What happens to kids when they’re left home alone without anything to keep them occupied?
Common sense right? They go crazy and get into things they’re not supposed to be in.
In my opinion, running a successful company can be a lot like running a successful family. In order to collectively succeed, a few things must exist:
In my experience as an entrepreneur, finding and getting approved for a decent merchant account can be a hassle. And as a home business owner, that hassle is multiplied significantly, because to them, every home based business is some kind of a pyramid scheme they want no part of.
If you’ve ever applied for a merchant account and have been denied because of the industry you’re involved in, you know what I’m talking about.
I’ve tried PayPal, Chase, Bank of America…and the list goes on. For traditional brick and mortar business models, not a problem. But for the typical network marketer, they got no love.
Here’s a quick example of my past frustrations with merchant accounts.
Back in the day, I was part of a great company which offered top tier products. It was a direct sales company and by being so, was also a network marketing company. I had recently sold two conference tickets, which came out to a total of around $21,000. Well, the merchant account I was with decided, out of the blue, that they were going to hold every penny $21,000 for six months….just to make sure it wasn’t fraudulent.
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As an internet entrepreneur, so many things can go wrong when your computer is infected with some sort of malware, or virus. When you’re dealing with sensitive information such as merchant accounts, FTP connections and sensitive emails, a malicious program running behind the scenes on your computer can be detrimental.
So if you’re an online entrepreneur and you don’t have an internet security program on your computer, you might want to consider getting one installed.
Some may think that a struggling economy has made things nearly impossible for salespeople across the country, but with the ability to now use sales software and liveware right at your fingertips and increase your sales without leaving your home, things have never been easier. There are many different platforms in which you can help build on your craft, and here are a few of the programs that will drive your sales.
Yesware was created in 2010 as an e-mail service for salespeople. What it is, is a plug-in for your e-mail that you can use with Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Templates are set out depending on the type of e-mail that you are sending (i.e. memo, sales offer, etc.) and will let you know once the e-mail has been opened and the links that have been clicked on.