About the Company (page
In the "New Economy", the
competitive landscape is changing at an alarming rate. It is making
last year's business plans as obsolete as rotary phones and as useful as buggy
seem to be the best solution. However, most companies who cut back are
still having problems. Why is that?
Is it the people? No.
What if you knew there was a fundamental reason? Would you "fix it"?
Imagine it's 1950 or 1960 or 1970. At that time most people wrote up
orders and performed transactions on triplicate carbon-based forms. What are the
problems with paper and manually processing it from department to department?
The most obvious problems are that paper could get lost, ripped,
or something is spilled on it, rendering it useless
Are there delays in routing paper
Could there be missing information that
the organization needs?
It's not real-time - how would you know
if something was not in stock, or if certain resources were already tied up?
Now imagine it's 1980 or 1990 or even 2000. Do you still have paper?
What if your organization is now "automated" to handle all possible transactions.
How many systems do you have and where is the real information? Accounting,
Contact Manager, HR System, Order Entry, Inventory, separate databases,
spreadsheets, documents, etc. (according to a recent study, the average small
company has 10 or more of these systems, while the average large company has a
Are your efficiencies increasing or
decreasing as the # of systems, # of people (both internal and external), and # of locations multiply?
Can you and your executives get mission critical knowledge
(not just data)
at any time from any where in order to manage effectively?
What about duplicate information across
multiple systems? Who's doing the data entry work? Is it 100% accurate
100% of the time?
Can 1 person maintain, administrate,
and update all systems?
How long does it take to roll out new
updates across everyone's PC or Mac across all locations?
What if there was a company who could help create a "Friction-free"
environment? One where it was possible to run all of your transactions seemlessly throughout your entire
organization? And to customers? And suppliers? What would happen if
that company could eliminate all of the previous barriers that held you back
from selling more and servicing current clients to the point where they became "customers
What kind of profit do you think the organization would turn
now? Does everyone in the organization now seem nicer and more helpful?
Ganote & Company is that company. Click here to learn more...