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Simplicity in Your Business Software Is Overrated

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Post Simplicity in Your Business Software Is Overrated   Sat Aug 13, 2011 12:58 pm

Simplicity is overrated, especially when you are looking for a business software.

When looking for a software, either for personal use or for business purposes, the software should in fact be simple to use, even to the point of using it without help or any training whatsoever. However, In the case of it being a software for your business it is not the case at all. A business software can be seen as a tool, usually the tool that is going to change the future of your company.

What would be a better option? a factory that builds tables that relies on the work done by men using hammers and nails? or a complex machinery that can make 1,000 tables a day? The answer is obvious. You want the method that can produce the most tables in a powerful efficient way. The exact same goes when using a software for your business. One of your main goals when selecting a business software should be power and leverage of workman force (your employees).

It is well known that having employees is the most expensive part of a company. Then comes the human error and interaction between departments as a "risk" and time consuming factor. In smaller companies this factor is even more important since each additional employee can mean the difference between making a profit or not.

It is obvious that investing a couple of days in learning a comprehensive and powerful software is better than being able to use a "out-of-the-box" software that will take just a few hours to learn and master because of its extreme simplicity. In other words, something that is extremely simple is usually unproductive after just a few uses, simply because of the time it takes to do the process.

Importance Of Using One Software To Control All Your Business:

Running a business has many aspects to it: managing customers and potential customers, employees, keeping track of inventory, keeping financial related items, scheduling meetings, contact information, in short, there are many things to manage when it comes to running a business. Many businesses have multiple software that handle different aspects of their business.

For example they would have a software that keeps track of their incoming leads. Another software that would handle the contact information of the clients of that company, then another completely different software that stores the information of their customers. That is too much software to run a business. Imagine all the training involved when trying to train your employees, or even yourself, with how to run and work all of these software? it would drive a person insane. Not only that but it will also cost a lot of money in training your staff to learn all these multiple software.

Business is tough enough as it is, and the last thing that you need is to have to learn how to run multiple software when you can just get one software and use that for all of your business needs. This one software would replace all of the other software that a business might use. Even though using just one software is great for your business, it wont mean that learning that software is going to be simple to learn. It should take some time to learn and to master. The reason being is because of how complex and advanced that software should be. Compare this kind of advanced software to a cookie cutter one size fits all software.

You are looking for the best of the best software to run your business at the perfect price. This software should be able to handle all of your business needs and give your business that additional boost that it needs to take it to the next level.

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