Paperwork, transcription work and inefficient information exchanges per e-mail and phone are a common problem we have been seeing among different SMEs for years. A lot of money and time is being thrown out of the window this way. What does this mean for the future of their business?
Excel has been a blessing ever since it was introduced to the world. And yet we wonder what made it so special and why do people largely depend on Excel? The answer is pretty clear. It is the solution to all our problems. Problems like adding up 2 plus 2 or conducting the financial analysis of a billion dollars worth of investment in some multinational giant. Excel has our back.
At our small, fast moving company everyone seems to be juggling with work whether it is coding our software, designing social media posts, marketing, communicating with customers and other third parties, and strategizing the company’s short term and long term objectives.
“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”- Helen Keller. Businesses today look for the best means to achieve success in business yet they choose to do the opposite. Hierarchy of authority is what prevents them from maximizing their potential.
The sectors of distribution, logistics and events share a common point, that of companies whose workers are “on the go”. These companies must communicate with teams on the field (in warehouses, on the road, on sites, etc.) and lack of solutions that suit their needs.
To respond to this problem, we met freelancers and entrepreneurs on the field in order to immerse ourselves in their daily lives and draw their dreams of management tools: carpenters, architects, lawyers, experts, restaurateurs, real estate investors, event organizers, business leaders in distribution andlogistics….
After exchanging with entrepreneurs about the organizational problems that they encountered in their daily lives that we decided to develop Plugnotes, a solution that reinvents information and file management for freelancers and companies “on-the-go ”, the market’s forgotten ones.
From one company to another, the missions and the content vary. In addition to the elements related to the core business of your company, other tasks are tedious but essential for its proper functioning: management of absences, cleaning, monitoring of equipment, breakage or even administrative procedures. How to manage those without wasting too much time and without cluttering the daily routine of your business? Here’s the answer!