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Why You Should Introduce Barcodes To Your Small Business

Handwritten tags on merchandise in a small shop is something of a novelty. It lends an air to the place not typically found in larger stores or big-name departments. It’s also horribly inefficient. How long does it take you and your staff to write out those tags? They need to be legible, … [Read more...]

Past Due: The Impact of Late Invoices On Small Businesses

You sent the invoice along with the finished product and set the deadline for payment to be received: 30 days. A month came, went, and what never arrived? Payment. A week passed, then another, then maybe you received payment, if you felt into that lucky category. The average late pay date for … [Read more...]

Barcode Printers: What You Need To Know Before You Decide What You Need To Buy

You decided you want more control over your work environment, or you need a better handle on your assets and inventory, or you want an easier way to keep track of patients. Whatever your reason, you decided to create your barcodes in-house. Good for you! You took the first step toward an less … [Read more...]

How To Handle the Summer Festival Scene With Asset and Inventory Management

More than 30 million people normally travel, camp, pay, and wait for hours in blazing temperatures to see their favourite performers on summer tours. That many screaming fans must put an incredible amount of pressure on the person at stage center, but can you imagine that on those behind the … [Read more...]

Rx RFID: How RFID Can Help Streamline the Healthcare Industry

Growth of the global radio-frequency identification (RFID) industry is expected to hit the 10 per cent mark by 2025. Its value’s increase? An astounding £3.3 Billion! And one of the chief aides in this bolster? Healthcare. In the United States, the drive for an increased RFID presence in … [Read more...]

Cloud Connected: Why Small Businesses Need To Embrace the Virtual

According to a 2014 estimate, approximately 37 per cent of American small businesses cut the cord and embraced cloud computing. Predictions for 80 percent by 2020 seem less fantastic and more factual as time goes by. That’s not difficult to believe; you might even be cloud connected yourself … [Read more...]

How To Implement Asset and Inventory Management in Schools

Alice Cooper once crooned, “School’s out for summer!/No more pencils, no more books.” [Tweet "Alice Cooper once crooned, “School’s out for summer!/No more pencils, no more books."] What’s disturbing is how a lack of proper asset management could easily prove him right! How many … [Read more...]

Time Theft: How It Hits You and How You Can Hit Back

You’re late. Traffic wouldn’t let up. The alarm wouldn’t go off (or you forgot to set it). The line for coffee stretched clear around the side of the building. Whatever the reason, you know you won’t make it to work on time, so you shoot off a quick text to your friend. “Clock me in. Be … [Read more...]

Capital Assets and Depreciation: How Asset Management Can Save You Money

It came to you at your kitchen table one afternoon: You wanted to be your own boss, to answer to you, yourself, and…well, you. You wanted to be smart about things, though, so you did your research and looked at all the things that might make your road to self-employment a bit smoother. You … [Read more...]

RFID: The Potential of Distance and Data

Do you remember when you last bought a book from a brick-and-mortar? Did you leaf through the pages only to see a small white square fall from the book? Notice how the back seems like a basic outline of a circuit? I don’t know about you, but that marked my introduction to the Radio-Frequency … [Read more...]