An expert’s top five predictions for SMEs in the new decade on economics, technology, business, travel, the environment, diversity, and CSR.
While growth opens opportunities and ensures a business’ success, SMEs need to be prepared for the extra work and responsibilities that accompany it.
SMEs need to reliable, real-time access to all the information they require so they can start making better cashflow decisions.
Automated invoice and expense management tools can help SMEs with compliance and better data insights into how their business is performing.
Digitalisation is a key elementto helping small businesses compete more effectively with the larger players in their field.
An online booking travel solution helps SMEs keep travel details organised, easy to find, and consistent across the organisation.
Slow-moving finance and expenses management processes prone to inaccuracies will hold small businesses back and limit their profit.
Once reserved for big business, data analytics solutions and technological support are becoming increasingly available to SMEs.
Understanding profit and loss is important, but it’s just the start for businesses looking to grow.
Automated accounts payable solutions let businesses reduce and maintain operational costs, avoiding expensive billing and payment mistakes.
An ERP provides the reports businesses need to obtain data on specific transactions and monetary patterns, and understand overall cashflow fluctuation…