Inventory has the potential to be a point of contention when buying and selling a business. Taking inventory is an essential component of completing a transaction of this magnitude. However, there is the potential for the inventory count to prove divisive between the buyer and seller. If you sense there will be an argument aboutContinue reading “Inventory Concerns When Buying and Selling a Business”
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The 6 types of business owners and how they manage their inventory
The Distributor’s Dilemma
Stuck between a Rock and a Hard Place. Read more of our “Distributor’s Dilemma” on Medium.
1000 times more powerful!
Users who have been managing thousands of products using CyberStockroom probably noticed something huge over the past couple of weeks. Usually searching through a large number of products can be slow and sluggish. It’s often hard to find the exact products you’re looking for and very large inventories can slow down the software’s performance. These areContinue reading “1000 times more powerful!”
Meet the Map!
Today I am proud to announce a tool that will be of tremendous help to small business owners everywhere: 1 min Explainer Video For years, at CyberStockroom, we’ve known that inventory management is a pain in the neck. So much so that we’ve often given people who have to count inventory the chance to vent.Continue reading “Meet the Map!”
Why Our Company Twitter Account is Full of Profanities
So it’s been over a month since we put our finger on the pulse of enraged inventory-counting employees all over the world. Let me remind you what we did. We sell inventory software (cyberstockroom.com) and over time it became more and more clear to us that people really HATE to count inventory and generally avoid itContinue reading “Why Our Company Twitter Account is Full of Profanities”
How Inventory Management Can Make or Break a Small Business
Oftentimes, small business owners tend to focus on generating revenue, hard-to-please customers, personnel issues and raising financing. Unfortunately, many overlook one of the most important aspects of keeping a small business organized: inventory management. Your inventory strategy directly affects your business’ profit margin. When you have inventory that’s not being sold, your profit margin decreases,Continue reading “How Inventory Management Can Make or Break a Small Business”
4 Documentaries that Every Entrepreneur Should Watch
If you’re a small business owner looking to grow your company, you’ve undoubtedly perused your fair share of how-to books and articles. But, let’s be honest, we all get tired of the countless hours of instruction-reading. So, it may be a nice change for you to watch a few documentaries instead! Here is a listContinue reading “4 Documentaries that Every Entrepreneur Should Watch”
The Right Time of Day to Send an Email
Tired of your calls being ignored, your emails going unanswered and your meeting requests being rejected? You may just be timing it wrong. Studies have shown that there is actually an optimal time of day to do each of these things. Here is a simple layout of the tasks you should (and shouldn’t) do throughoutContinue reading “The Right Time of Day to Send an Email”
7 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
Business Model Generation Alexander Osterwalder In this book, readers learn to create new business models as traditional models are being disrupted in today’s market. Every entrepreneur should take the time to read this in order to gain a competitive advantage over the business market. Outliers Malcolm Gladwell “Outliers” is Gladwell’s third best seller and,Continue reading “7 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read”