Almost every day, while I am driving to clients or to meetings, I see a man walking along a footpath.This man has obviously suffered a stroke, a very bad stroke. He drags one foot; his arm is bent; he takes very small steps. It's obvious that he's doing it tough. Yet I see him every day, walking a very...
Mis-management of Cashflow has been the number one cause of business failure for the last 60 years. More businesses fail for lack of cash flow than for want of profit. Cash flow forecast is critical to business success. (more…)
Business growth is an essential consideration for any business. After all, if something is not growing, it is dying. There are only 4 major ways of growing a business. My Business Manager provides the regular Business Snapshots and management reports you need to decide the appropriate strategy, and measure the results of your activity. (more…)
Why budget? We generally think of budgeting as a way of deciding in advance how much cashflow we need to afford certain activities: what do I need, and how will I pay for rent? For salaries? For raw materials? This is where my business manager software will help. (more…)
Users today want "data on demand" in formats that allow quick access and analysis to help make better decisions, and My Business Manager is uniquely positioned to provide it. My Business Manager provides automated, accurate, no effort business manager reports for any business. (more…)
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) in business are financial and non-financial metrics generated by My Business Manager to define and measure progress toward organizational goals. (more…)
Most Accountants tell us, "I want more high-fee paying Clients and fewer low-fee tax preparation and compliance ones." But their marketing activities don't generate this kind of business. (more…)
Business Performance Management (BPM) looks at day-to-day processes, maps improvements and identifies key metrics that will define success or failure. My Business Manager is Business Performance Management/ Business Performance Indicators (more…)