our wish for small business

We see a place where business owners can find and afford the right level of support. A place where bigger business thinking and bigger business solutions for small business is the norm. Without the bigger business cost.

The Internet has changed the way you can manage your business. It has delivered cloud services and it has delivered social media. It’s delivered efficiencies and new ways to do things. It has also delivered the opportunity to complicate many workplaces and to generate duplication, waste and unintended consequences.

It has changed the way support and solutions are delivered. The cookie-cutter, one size fits all option has been replaced by the accross business approach; listen, learn, research, recommend and deliver.

The challenge is to make it work simply for you. In every corner of your business.

We want you to do more of the things you like, without the additional cost. We want you to save time and to save money. You can decide how to spend it.

in a few words

do I need a strategy?

What, why, when and where is the foundation of all strategy. It starts as a simple thought and as it becomes more complex, it often gets pushed aside. When the steps to success are missing, how does an organisation live it, breath it and execute it? And if they did, how good would it be? If it were simple, would it make a difference? Innovation and Visual tools to help you develop and execute is the key. (more)

stone age to the cloud

Your customers have today and tomorrow in mind. Yesterday's tools were a revolution in their time and left a lasting impression. The tools for today and tomorrow can change the way we think about the roles within our organisations. Cloud technology lets us work from almost anywhere. It challenges the status quo, and when used effectively, can bring the costs of doing business down to earth. (more)

for the long term

Think how that applies to your business. Successful railways have survived when they have adapted to the environment in which they operate. Some still look good but have nowhere to go except backwards. Hard decisions will be made. Would survival have been more likely if they adapted early? Will you adapt now, or wait until hard decisions have to be made? How might accross business help? (more)

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