Digitising your business is essential these days. We have all had our bookkeeping and financial management in the cloud for years. Managed by our accountant.
Today though, especially after working from home through COVID, digitisation of many more of our business has become more and more important. And it has accelerated even in the last few weeks with the take-off of ChatGPT. A lawyer friend of mine tells me that it’s use across the law world has taken off. She can use it to write remarkably technical emails faster by asking the right question. She does have to check and rewrite some of the answers but not much.
The trouble is, we have all just added different apps one by one at random to manage a pain point or as a thought crossed our mind. The 100+ apps listed in my Lastpass account bear testimony to that approach. The thing is automation and digitisation of business has become one of the foundations of business managment today. Replacing staff who have become unavailable, communicating with prospects and customers in a digital world, managing sales and the money – the list goes on.
The time has come to manage the introduction of digital platforms strategically so that you get what you want, geared to your customers and staff – namely the people using your systems.
We are firm believers that when you are checking your business organisation to develop your systems for your operations manuals, check your digital platforms to see how they fit together and if they meet your growth goals.
Here are some ideas from those who work in this area all the time.
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