Palo Alto Software recently sent out a request to all of our registered users asking them for stories about their success. The response was astounding! We are excited to be able to share some of the great stories we received over the next several months. We think you’ll be inspired just like we were when you read their stories of how they started their business and grew it to what it is today.
In the Sales and Marketing Library you will find a collection of articles on everything from pricing, to customer service, to creating a marketing forecast. The library also includes 2 eBooks — one about social media and one about search engine optimization. Rounding out the library, there is a special offer to purchase a copy of the Duct Tape Marketing book for only the cost of shipping.
Palo Alto Software’s Business Plan Pro has pretty much built a monopoly in the business planning software category. It’s earned that status and has never rested on its laurels. Version 11 allows you to quickly switch between financial tables and underlying spreadsheets. And a new progress-tracking feature makes it easier to see where you are [...]
Business Plan Pro remains the industry’s top-selling off-the-shelf application for planning and analysis. Accountants will want to focus on the Premier Edition for its additional capabilities; particularly the information on critical insights into payback periods and exit strategies and its integration with Microsoft Excel.
“Take the time to do some planning for your business this year. Time invested in planning your strategy will pay out in profitability, more satisfied customers, and longevity for your business.” Read the full review here Share and Enjoy:
Killerstartups.com EmailCenterPro.com is the easiest way to manage customer e-mail. Using the site, anyone can centralize e-mail operations and assign individual missives quickly to the correct person or department, speeding up response time and improving company image with customers. Read the full review Share and Enjoy:
Business Planning Software, Tools and Coaching by Ivana Taylor at Strategy Stew You already know all the cliches about failing to plan is planning to fail, if you don’t know where you’re going any road will take you there.