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Do you or your employees do the same repetitive tasks day in and day out? There’s no need to!
Business automation is about setting up systems to supplement or replace human processes that don’t add value. Why waste time doing things that don’t bring value to your bottom-line? These repetitive tasks need to be done but don’t provide additional value, which is a perfect recipe for automation. Free up your time by eliminating that work from your day. Common areas that benefit most from business automation include:
- Data Entry
- Internet Research
- Quote and Proposal Generation
- Employee Scheduling
- Much more!
Are you trying to set up software tools to make your employees more effective? Not sure where to start? Don’t have the time to learn the tool and configure it?
There are endless applications, websites, tools, and software that you can use to grow your small business. But do you know the best ones? Can you even configure them?
Our team at MergeYourData.com specializes in automation and the tools used by businesses to be most effective. We are experts in finding the right tool for your business and setting up. Don’t waste time reading manuals and documentation to get your business up-to-speed. Let us do it for you.
Here is a handly list of some of the most popular tools we configure for clients (although we can configure many, many more)!
Are you able to answer specific business questions with data to back up those answers? Can you do it in less than 5 minutes? If you can’t, you have a dire need for data analytics. According to SCORE, only 45% of small business owners perform data analyses on their business. From our own data, even less perform it on their market. 
Less than 5% can get an answer to specific business questions about their finances and workforce capacity within 5 minutes. Could you answer these critical questions in that time?
- What is your YOY (Year-Over-Year) revenue growth?
- By Year
- By Month?
- By Quarter?
- How about profits?
- What capacity are you operating at in terms of facility capacity and/or personnel capacity?
- How many people over the next year will you need to hire at your current growth rate?
- Is your business seasonal?
- Which months?
- What is the expected revenue in those months?
- What is the expected need for personnel in those months?
- What is the ideal demographic of your customer?
- What is your current demographic spread of your customer base?