For 2013, one thing is certain, says Hal Finkelstein, South Palm Beach SCORE chairman. "Everybody that expects to keep up with the business world has to be mobile, including the mom and pops, which make up 70 percent of Florida businesses," said Finkelstein.
"Small businesses right now are focusing more on sales than fiscal cliffs or health care," says Finkelstein. "Sales are the blood of a company and if you don't have sales, you don't have a business."
More and more people and businesses are working on the move.
Whether that’s out and about in coffee shops, working on the train or in airports or just moving from one office to another, more and more of us are expected to be connected to the online world most of the time.
A mobile office will improve employee productivity and company profitability by helping you run your business anytime, anywhere. Going mobile is no longer a luxury but a requirement. Mobile computing can be affordable, convenient, secure and reliable.This two page article will help you understand the issues and steps into mobilizing your workforce.
Mobile workforce needs vary from industry to industry and job to job. Most mobile employees are not confined to four walls and a desk—they are on the go, serving clients whenever and wherever opportunities surface. No matter the role mobility plays in your business, there’s one thing every mobile office can enable: access to critical business information 24/7.
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Use of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets is growing by the minute. In 2011, according to research firm eMarketer, there were 73.3 million smartphone owners in the U.S. Of those, according to Google Research, an astounding 89 percent use their device daily; 81 percent use it to browse the Web; and 68 percent of those who use their phone to search for local businesses actually end up visiting a business in person.
With more and more businesses going mobile, technology has become an important component for successfully managing a business. In this eguide, we'll take a look at several important features found in mobile point-of-sale (POS) systems.
To better manage your business, consider all of the aspects associated with a point-of-sale system. You may be a photographer, a food truck operator, or a café owner, but regardless of your profession, you should explore how mobile payments and inventory tracking can benefit your business.
Taking Mobile Payments
This workshop brought to you by SCORE and HP will help you boost productivity by creating a mobile workforce.