For many businesses turning up for work in the morning is like preparing for an 8-hour boxing match. With day to day operations, Vat Returns and management accounts, trying not to go into 'extra time' becomes a fight.
With o-a-sys in your corner, your business will not be alone in the boxing ring. Here are a few examples of the fights we are continually helping small and medium sized businesses win:
Are you running several software solutions for different business departments, resulting in the need to re-key data? Is reporting weighing heavy on your time, causing overtime and late nights at the office? Could your company data be more up to date and accurate?
Here's a step by step guide on how we ensure change is easy and beneficial. We make sure we understand each of your business requirements and processes to know that our software solutions are right for you. o-a-sys understands that each business is unique and the process to change will vary and business to business but this is an idea of what to expect.
Looking for new software is often a daunting prospect for many businesses. The need to invest in a more effective solution, but knowing where to begin or what to look for can be challenging. There are certainly a lot of options on the market when it comes to reporting software, with varying degrees of complexity depending on your business size and requirements. However, whatever the size of your business, there are some key features that you should always look out for.
Cloud computing has seen huge growth over the past few years and is revolutionising the way businesses operate. Whilst many businesses have jumped on board with the new technology, there are still a lot out there who are dubious about the business benefits of moving to the cloud and have concerns about its use. We have taken a look at some of the common myths and concerns surrounding cloud computing and aim to address these.
Faced with economic volatility, ever-increasing customer demands and a necessity to do more for less, wholesale and distribution businesses are in for a rough ride. The most successful players in the wholesale and distribution sector find that margins and customer service come together to create business excellence.
The rise of mobile and cloud technology has made the possibility of flexible working a reality for many businesses and their employees, who would have once needed to be at their desks in order to get the job done. Cloud software and technological developments mean that employees really can now be anywhere and get on with their job as efficiently as if they were at their desk, as long as there is an internet connection. With this in mind, we have taken a closer look at some of the pros and cons of flexible working from the employer point of view.
With continually squeezed margins resulting in the ever-present need to do more with less, set against a backdrop of ongoing economic and political uncertainty, the manufacturing sector is facing some of its toughest times. In spite of this, the pressure is still on to capitalise on growth opportunities wherever possible, proactively pursuing new avenues to steal that all-important march on the competition.
When it comes to running your business, the question is not why move to the cloud, but when? More and more businesses are moving to cloud based accounting systems and the reason is simple. In fact, there are ten of them:
Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly common, with some very high profile cases hitting the news recently proving that almost any organisation large or small is at risk. In fact, research by Symantec found that 75% of businesses have suffered some form of cyber-attack in the past year. When you’ve got highly sensitive business data locked away, the consequences of it falling into the wrong hands or becoming inaccessible can be dire. Let’s look at some of the key steps every business should be taking to protect themselves from cyber-crime and viruses.