Business productivity tools
Posted by Mords1944 on June 19th, 2020
Productivity is defined as the rate at which results are generated, the amount generated especially in relation to the effort, time and money necessary to generate them. To ensure business success in these highly competitive and challenging times, there are certainly tools that are essential. A number of traditional business productivity tools include:
Traditional business productivity tools include:
A standard add-on card with your contact details always at your fingertips.
A working mobile (cellular) phone. If possible, try to subscribe to more than one network provider, so if one of them is outside the coverage area, you could still be contacted through the other.
Find and purchase other tools that allow you to store and track your appointments, contacts, etc., and still access the Internet to receive your email messages. Nothing compares to being able to access your email at any given time.
Maintain a constant presence through your email address. (You may need to set up an email alert to forward new email messages to your phone.)
Of course, you also need a landline phone. Most inquiries and offers are closed through fixed lines. They are much cheaper to call, except in some countries where fixed line and mobile rates are the same. Second, they give a sense of physical presence to callers.
Finally, maintain a presence at your office location, and in case you have reasons to be out of the office, make sure you have a secretary who is up-to-date with the necessary information about your operations. He / she may give relevant information in your absence.
However, new business Productivity Tools are constantly emerging. For example:
1) Webinar: is the abbreviation for Web-based seminar, a presentation, conference, workshop, or seminar that is webcast.
A key feature of a webinar is its interactive elements: the ability to give, receive, and discuss information. This is quite useful for launching new products. When you consider the reach of the Internet and the target audience, it is a cost-effective means of reaching a very broad audience.
2) Web transmission: it is similar to a television transmission (the only difference is that it is carried out through the Web) in which the transmission of data / information is unidirectional and does not allow interaction between the presenter and the audience.