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Things I’m asked

I’m not good at blogging regularly, client work always takes priority and even when I try to allocate some Gingersnap time it gets postponed because an email comes in or the phone rings (or I have to do admin). I’m told by friends in my business sphere that there are 101 topics I could write about because of the work I do. With this in mind I’ve created Things I’m asked. This will (hopefully!) be useful snippets of stuff business owners really want to know (I know this because I’ve already been asked it numerous times). Will I do it regularly? I’m holding myself to account for all to see.

Welcome to “Things I’m asked”

I get asked questions all the time, mostly from business owners who don’t have much interest in technology (for technology sake) but they do need to get stuff done or improve how they do a day to day task. They type of things they ask isn’t pure I.T. stuff like, how do I backup our files? or how do I add a new user to the network? (they already have someone to ask for that). It’s more things like : How can I see all my customers in one place and see the quotes we’ve got outstanding? or I’m out on site, how can I get a client’s signature using my ipad and send it back to the office?

Want to ask a question?

If there’s something you’d like a short snappy response to just email hello@gingersnap.consulting

All emails get read … I promise!

What’s been asked already?

Do I need a CRM?


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