What is Zoho? It's is business management software that is cloud based and can be fully integrated in every nook and cranny of a business. If you're interested, you can read their story and more about Zoho here.
What does being a Zoho authorized partner mean? It means that we have worked with the many different Zoho applications long enough to officially help other small businesses to use it.
At Beckmann Collaborative, we love marketing operations and improving process. It's how we found Zoho. After using it within our own business for several months, we started to see how it could make our client's workflows much smoother and improve their productivity. So we've been helping several clients to implement it... so far it's going great.
The best "bang" for your buck, in our opinion, is Zoho One. This is your master-key to access all of the Zoho products. The reason you would want so...
Over the past 5 years, we have shared resources with our partners in efforts to support small business owners across the United States. Collaborating with these partners has enabled us to deliver the best results to consulting clients. Partnerships have also provided opportunities for us to share knowledge, connections, and save money. We aim to support partners in growing their businesses by attracting and retaining their ideal customers.
Business has evolved, and so has Beckmann Collaborative’s partner program. We are moving beyond handshake agreements to support each other. The new partner program intends to grow partner relationships with deeper roots as we grow our businesses. We are building a partner community.
The program is now accepting new partners. We are open to working with both established and up-and-coming businesses from a wide variety of...
An “attitude of gratitude” means having the habit of showing your thankfulness and appreciation in all parts of your life – including your business. This is a powerful tool for any small business owner or leader. Why? Your attitude can transform your life and business, or… a lack of gratitude can bring everything down.
“Researchers define appreciation as the act of acknowledging the goodness in life—in other words, seeing the positives in events, experiences, or other people (like our colleagues)… It [gratitude] recognizes how the positive things in our lives—like a success at work—are often due to forces outside of ourselves, particularly the efforts of other people.” (Greater Good Magazine)
You might say I’m already in the Thanksgiving spirit by writing this post. Really, this topic is much bigger than a holiday that has progressed to a focus on food...