With two sister brands under their banner, this company needs a way to keep branding separate without leaving a negative impact on efficiency and productivity. They've tried multiple software solution but haven't found the perfect fit yet. Learn how WORK[etc] can help by cutting down the number of apps needed to just one.
This publishing company doesn't just put out online and print trade magazines, they also engage in events planning and coordination. As their current system can't quite handle everything they need it to (and its complexity is keeping their older staffers from completely embracing it), they're now on the lookout for a CRM solution that's not only flexible but also easy to use.
This marketing firm's current business management system was so inflexible that they had to hire somebody to manually make a list of their support emails. Now they're looking for a far simpler , web based CRM solution.
Although still in the planning stages, this UK-based MSP startup knew it needed a flexible CRM system to help them get started on the right foot. Learn how you can build your business around WORK[etc]'s integrated business management system and use it throughout the entire customer lifecycle.
This construction firm in Tampa had tried different solutions to its project management woes. Unfortunately, all of their options were too specific and limited in scope. Learn how WORK[etc] can be the all-in-one cloud-based solution to project management, budgeting, costing, and even communication between you and your clients.
This engineering company in Australia was facing a problem all too familiar to others in the construction business: tracking project costs through paper-based daily reports is far too inefficient. Learn how WORK[etc]'s project management tools and app integration features can help keep track of day-to-day progress, whether you're in the office or on-site.
This USA-based company offers business consultancy and financial advice to developing companies in the oil, gas, and real estate industries. The trouble is, their fast growth has led to a surplus of hard-to-track paper reports, emails, and spreadsheets. Learn how WORK[etc]'s cloud-based business management tools can help keep you from drowning in a sea of paper.
This Kentucky-based IT service provider handles everything from rollouts, deployments, and transitions across both North America and Europe. Their current project tracking database is already too outdated to keep up with their continued growth, however. Learn how WORK[etc] can be the all-in-one solution to your project management needs and more.
This print and digital design firm from the UK has plans to expand, but they’re not confident that they can do so efficiently if they stick to their non-centralized and at times slapdash business process software. Learn how WORK[etc]’s integrated modules can help make the growing pains a lot easier to bear.
This high-end boutique web design firm from Virginia plans to launch within three months. Find out how WORK[etc]'s flexibility and sheer customizability can help them hit the ground running.
This California-based accounting firm is having problems getting the entire team to get completely on board the system they are currently using as it’s “a little bit overly complicated”. Learn how WORK[etc]’s intuitive, easy-to-use cloud-based system can break down the barriers to full implementation without sacrificing its powerful suite of business management tools.
This building science consulting and testing company had to sift through a mountain of notes and emails to find relevant information on their clients and projects. Billing and collections were a hassle, giving the company a hard time tracking down delinquent accounts and losing money in the process. Learn how WORK[etc] can become the all-in-one solution to your project management and CRM needs.
This industrial equipment sales company has been in business for four decades, keeping their long list of contacts and sales histories in notebooks the entire time. Now, they're trying to get their sales team better equipped for expansion. Learn how WORK[etc]'s integrated feature set can help solve your contact and lead management and sales tracking concerns.
How can a marketing firm best leverage WORK[etc]'s powerful features to further propel company growth forward? Learn the answer to this question and more!
How can WORK[etc] help law firms and other legal services? Why is efficiency important even if I charge on an hourly basis? Find out the answer to these questions and more in this article!
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Five minutes. That’s how long I spend on my email inbox at the start of my day, every day. I used to get easily distracted, sometimes spending upwards of half an hour just going through my email. And by “going through” I do mean just reading them. No replying, no creating tasks. It was a […]
Small business marketing is a bit like golf. You don’t use a driver for every single stroke. Yeah, you might luck out and get a hole in one, but it’s more likely you’ll end up spending way too much effort for too little return. What matters is that you identify exactly which club best fits […]
WORKetc is a small business. Tiny, really, compared to others in the CRM industry. But still—we’re able to provide our services to over a thousand companies, big and small, all over the world. How? Well, by using a complete business management solution to run day-to-day operations, for one, but also by obsessively making sure that […]
Don’t believe what the “gurus” tell you: lead generation is hard. It costs money, time, and a whole lot of effort. So it stands to reason that business should do everything they can to at least make the process of actually capturing the leads they generate be much smoother and easier. That’s where WORKetc’s web […]
One of the most mind-blowing conversations I’ve ever had was with a potential client whose support team used spreadsheets to track everything. They had one guy list down every support ticket and conversation he had during the day, and then another person would add those daily lists to one big spreadsheet. That left me speechless […]
When I started my first content marketing business I had a very basic idea of what I needed to do: find a customer, do work for them, get paid. That was it. Once I was busy and in business, I realized that I had missed a few important steps. I had to come to grips […]