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How to Streamline Your Business?
November 23, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
This session will talk you through what ‘Streamlining’ really is in a business and how you apply it to yours.
Vision Reach is at the forefront helping people to streamline business processes, reduce administrative tasks, and increase productivity.
Enabling your business to adapt to customer and consumer demands.
- How to choose the right piece of Software for you
- The mistakes made when streamlining and choosing Software
- How to adopt a Continuous Improvement Attitude
- How does Streamlining affect Customer service and business finances
- How to take advantage of the free government funding opportunities to streamline your business
We look forward to seeing you there!
There are pay and display parking spaces next to the Innovation Centre at the side of the building, by North Towers.
However, should those be full there are spaces available in the University carpark on Capon Road and this is pay and display parking also, and just a short distance from the Centre main entrance at the front of the building.
Please use post code CO4 3ZL for sat navs.
Speaker – Alan Martin
Alan Martin is a Business and Digital Transformation Specialist and Founder of Vision Reach.
Alan and Vision Reach streamlines business processes enabling you to take on more sales with your existing resources and reducing the headaches associated with the day-to-day including excessive administration, duplication and errors.
Vision Reach improves productivity and increases capacity within your business by introducing the right processes and computer systems. Rather than selling you software and trying to make it fit, we identify what you can do with the existing tools in your business, and will find the right software solution to match business aims, budget and staff capabilities should a new technical solution be required.
Working across any industry, Vision Reach has enabled businesses to more than double their sales without increasing headcount, and reduce administrative workloads by an average of 40%, with immediate quick-wins producing 40-60 minutes savings per day.