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    dashboard
    April 21st, 2020

    Why does your business needs a dashboard?

    As a business owner or someone who manages the development and growth of a business, have you ever found yourself in one or more of these situations? 

    1. You feel like your business can improve, but you have no idea how to or where to start.
    2. You’re monitoring and tracking your business data but you’re not 100% sure what to do with the information or even, how to make sense of it. 
    3. Your business is not keeping up with competitors. 
    4. You are overwhelmed with so much data from multiple sources and you don’t know how to see them in one place. 

    Research has shown that businesses can spend up to 80% of their time just collecting, monitoring, analysis and reporting on data.

    The heart breaking aspect of this (and trust us, we’ve been there, done that), is that this big chunk of valuable time spent on data collection and analysis might not yield the information we need for business improvements. 

    So, how can we fix this problem? 

    Say hello to business dashboards 

    Business Dashboards are platforms that offer a visual representation of your business organisation’s real time performance. 

    We call them “dashboards” because they work similarly to car dashboards. Think of your business as the engine under the hood and your business dashboard as a car dashboard that shows you all the important information about your engine’s performance.

    Here at Neorise, we believe that every business can benefit from having a powerful and easy to use business dashboards. 

    Why? 

    Well, because a dashboard simplifies all the information that you collect – such as sales figures, resourcing hours, trends and more – into one place and in manageable “chunks” so that you can see what your business is doing right and where you can improve! 

    There are many benefits of a powerful dashboard, but in our experience, the thing that businesses love most is the ability to make informed decisions that can really impact business performance. 

    Types of dashboards 

    There are three categories of dashboards:

    • Operational Dashboard – the most used dashboard type, this gives you real time data on what’s happening daily in your business, without too much drilldowns. An example is a project management dashboard that gives you a bird’s eye view of projects, tasks, to-do lists, events coming up.

    • Analytical Dashboard – this one is for the analysts in you, who love looking at trends and pinpoint patterns to inform future decision making. An example is a marketing dashboard which tracks your communications channels for the last year or so might show which is the better platform to use, when you should communicate and what type of content engages better.

    •  Strategic Dashboard – if you have key performance indicators (KPIs) and want to track how you are meeting them, this one is important for your business. This is typically the dashboard you share with everyone in the business so that everyone is aware of how the business is doing. For example a sales dashboard can help motivate your team to be more competitive. 

    The right dashboard for your business

    There are many dashboard software available in the market, with some (Tableau, Zoho, Segment) offering a free trial before you commit. 

    The table below from Technology Advice provides options to look at based on pricing, and accessibility. 

    But before you lock yourself into one of these, in our experience, it is best to first think through and have answers for these initial questions: 

    1. What aspect of your business do you want to improve or what questions do you have about your business performance?
    2. What data is required to give you the information you need?

    3. Do you have someone who will be in charge of implementing, reviewing and interpreting your dashboard?

    4. What is your budget to develop your dashboard? 

    If you need assistance with choosing a business dashboard, one of our analysts would be more than happy to have a chat and help you through the process of choosing the right one.

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    Finally, the benefits of dashboards 

    We can write on and on about the benefits of having a business dashboard. But we thought, why not show you in real life, from a local business perspective. 

    We worked with Wembley Autocare to create a custom workshop management software system with a dashboard of information such which services brings in the most value and how satisfied customers are. 

    The result: higher profit margins, more time to work on the business and higher productivity.

    Read about Wembley Autocare’s business dashboard solution. 

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    AI powered apps
    April 15th, 2020

    Inside AI Powered Mobile Apps

    Does your business use mobile apps as part of your marketing, engagement and product/service delivery?

    With over 50% of internet traffic accessed via mobile globally (this figure is expected to continually increase), having your business accessible via mobile for your customers and audience is something to consider. 

    The good news for businesses with mobile apps is that technology continues to support innovation in this field. 

    Artificial Intelligence – AI – is a giant trend in the business world. Many features of AI can be integrated into mobile apps and improve user experience. 

     

    Advantages of AI in mobile apps for businesses

    AI is already being used by businesses around the world to help manage their daily activities and engagement with customers. Let’s have a look at some of them.

    Speech / voice recognition: adding speech / voice recognition in your mobile apps can assist with giving customers an easier and faster way to get the information and service they need. The best example of this is of course Siri and Google Assistant. How often have you been driving and need Siri to get you to call the office or home to let them know you’re on the way without breaking any traffic rules?

    Image recognition: image recognition allows users to detect and classify entities within images. If your business is in events, and you are holding a professional event that requires on the day registration, image recognition could be an easy and fast way to register people on the day. You can also use this technology for image identification.

    Personalisation: AI can gather valuable information (with the right privacy information disclosed of course) about your clients’ or customers’ tastes or preferences so that your app can recommend things for, say, faster check out of purchases. AI will also be able to assist with predicting information that your customers want as part of the service you provide. For example, if you’re delivering regular items, AI in your app can send notifications when the items might be low and when to order to avoid not having any. 

    Chatbots: so you can hate them or love them, but chatbots are around and as AI gets more sophisticated, we think they will stay put. Read more about our thoughts on chatbots. From a customer experience perspective, a well deployed chatbot can give you more time to focus on other aspects of your business while “someone” else answers commonly asked customer queries. 

    Productivity: This benefit of AI in mobile apps is probably more for your own business. AI can help you do things faster. For example, Google’s Smart Reply on G Suite auto generate replies for faster email returns. Or Shopify offers Kit – an AI that helps you with scheduling the right posts, in the most desirable times for your social ads. 

    Interested in integrating AI in your mobile apps or in your business systems to improve customer experience and productivity? 

    We at Neorise would love to be able to help with that. We’re always keen on new technology and a challenge always excites us.

    Get in touch today.

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    asset management
    April 7th, 2020

    Protecting Your Business Assets with “kick-ass” software

    As a business owner, you would be familiar with “assets.” Without going into too much detail about the definition or meaning of assets, we at Neorise agrees with this definition from Accounting Coach

    • Resources or things of value that are owned by a company as a result of company transactions
    • Prepaid expenses that have not yet been used or have not yet expired
    • Costs that have a future value that can be measured.

    So what are some examples of business assets?

    Assets that are most likely listed on a business balance sheets are: cash, inventory, land, buildings, machines, equipment and furniture, vehicles, temporary and long term investments. 

    Assets often missed but valuable to the business

    Some assets that most businesses don’t think of or add to their balance sheet can be some of your most valuable assets. 

    These can include:

    • Brand – a highly respected and long time trade name has engagement and connections with your audience and the market / industry you operate in
    • A valuable patent 
    • An awesome (and productive, effective and efficient) management team 
    • An amazing company culture 
    • Long term, dedicated team members who know the ins and outs of your business and is committed to its success.

    How and why should you manage your assets?

    The simple answer is because controlling your assets is an important part of building your business wealth so that you can grow, expand, be innovative while also being prepared for emergencies. 

    Managing your business assets might involve a few or all of these activities on a regular basis:

    Take inventory 

    Knowing what assets you currently have – from the sum total of everything your business owns through to debts the business owns – is very important. 

    Track expenses

    Do you know what your business is spending on week to week, month to month, year to year? If you are asked “what can we cut down on in terms of spending?” are you able to provide that information easily? 

    Budget 

    Create one and carefully keep track of your spending and earning to make sure you are never overspending to get your business into too much debt or seriously underspending so that your business can’t grow. 

    Pay down debts 

    Interest on debt cuts into your business assets and reduces the ability to increase business wealth. Much like your personal home asset, if you have that extra money to be able to pay down your mortgage and interest rates, you can do the same with your business debts. 

    Re-evaluate your plans

    If you are using an asset management software or system, you would be able to easily check how your business assets are doing anytime, anywhere. When you review this information you might decide that you need to re-evaluate your business goals or growth plans. 

     

    So, what is an asset management software? 

    Running a business is already complicated enough without having to create, update and track spreadsheets to list all your assets and their values. 

    Luckily, the magic of technology helps us in managing our business assets more efficiently and accurately with a variety of software options. 

    Simply put, an asset management software is an application used to record and track an asset through its life cycle, so when your business first acquires it to when you might dispose of it. 

    The awesome thing about an asset software management tool is that it provides businesses with important information like where the assets are located, who’s using them, how are they being utilised and even how it is depreciating or appreciating through automated algorithm. 

    There are so many asset management software out there nowadays – some free, in the cloud or paid versions. If you are wondering which one is best for your business, the best option (in our opinion) is to take a step back and answer questions such as:

    • What do you want to know about your business assets? 
    • How often do you want the information? 
    • How do you want to access the information?
    • Who should have access to the software? 
    • What other existing software does your business currently use which might need to be integrated into your asset management? 
    • What resources do you have to acquire and manage the software?

    If you need assistance with answering these questions and also determining distilling what are the best options are available in the market or if it’s more effective to get a custom solution, our analysts and developers would love to help.

    They enjoy these challenges!

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