It all starts here. Sometimes more than once.
Customer service, marketing, product development and operations are important parts of your company. But without sales, your company cannot exist. This course will guide you through the process of sales and help you achieve more with less, and most importantly, your dreams.
You can get to where you want to go fast. You can get there much faster with partners who already have relationships, distribution and experience.
You know those things we don't know? Well, we're going to know them soon enough. Stay tuned for a brand new course on learning things we need to know to run our business day to day. Don't sweat the small stuff, learn it is all about this.
We're geeks at heart. Isn't everyone just a little? Either way, technology is a must! We'll show you what apps and gadgets actually will work and more importantly, you'll actually use.
Getting paid is why work so hard, but we shouldn't work too hard to get paid. We will help you identify and implement best practices for getting paid using great tools that will help you handle more, with less.
This course is a course on staying on course. Business can push you in many directions. The lessons here will help you stay on track.
QuickBooks is designed to be easy to use, accessible from anywhere, and powerful. One of the challenges faced by users and ProAdvisors (accounting pros affiliated with Intuit) is choosing the right product for the job. Job costing, inventory, the Cloud, app integration, performance, number of users, are just a few of the choice one must make when choosing the right QuickBooks product. Payroll, QB Payments, and the list goes on. This is a Live Course. This means it will continue to grow as QuickBooks grows and changes.
Let’s begin with a basic introduction aimed at getting everyone familiar with the layout of Microsoft Excel. Even if you already have a good grasp on the basics, I am almost certain the first section, “Introduction to Microsoft Excel” will expose you to something that is in here that you either didn’t know about, or weren’t sure where to find it. Most importantly you will have the foundation you need so that later when we are talking about (eg) how to sort and filter data, you won’t be wondering where I went to do that. You’ll know I went to the Data tab on the Ribbon.