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Why well managed business cashflow is so important at Christmas.

7 practical cashflow tips to be across at Christmas time (do you really know your true cashflow projections of your business?)

Why Xmas could be a good time to re-think your business systems.

Apart from the seasonal businesses that get busier and thrive on the holiday periods, such as Xmas, most small and medium size companies find some down time on their hands. This can be an opportune time to work ON the business instead of working IN the business. Owners and Managers might use this time to make necessary renovations or major clean up of[...]

Why SAP Business One is Food for Thought.

Running a small food distribution business comes with many challenges. For a start, there are multiple units of measure to contend with – boxes / bags / kilos/ pallets / tins / jars / litres / drums etc. Multiple barcodes from multiple Vendors. Then you have expiry dates, lot or batch numbers to track, customer minimum shelf life requirements to deal[...]

What insight can a 1000 year old Chinese Philosopher give small business owners in Australia?

Most small business owners view enterprise resource planning (ERP) software as too complex and too expensive for their needs. On the other hand, medium to large businesses owners would argue they could not function without an ERP in place to manage their business.

How the SAP Business One "Service App" helps a service technician be more productive.

Launched in June of 2018 is a little known app that can run either as a standalone application or part of a standard SAP Business One professional licence. The app has been written specifically for service technicians, who are out in the field but require access to customer information, as well as the ability to create sales orders and record completed[...]

14,881 closed their doors in 4 years. Don't be another statistic.

Reading this morning's Queensland Courier News (Article), it was quite confronting to see the number of small businesses in one specific region that have closed its doors in the last 4 years. This could be anywhere in Australia and seems to be an inherent problem for any small business no matter the location.

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