How You Can Put Office Tasks on Autopilot

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You went into business for yourself to do the work you love, not strain and stress over spreadsheets and invoices. Moving your business to the cloud and automating certain tasks may sound daunting, but:

  1. It’s secure, and
  2. It will help you get back to work that you’re passionate about.

Business owners often feel that they spend more time doing back-office work than the actual work itself. This is where smart business management software comes in.

Imagine a world where you can manage appointments, send reminders and get paid all from the palm of your hand. Running your business doesn’t have to be a juggling act. Like any job, you just need the right tools.

Another benefit to automated day-to-day processes is improved customer service and relations. The world has gone digital, and today’s consumers expect ease and convenience, whether they’re buying a cup of coffee or getting a deck built.

When you allow them to set appointments online, communicate through social media messaging apps, get reminders delivered to their phones and pay you in their preferred method, you are now conducting business in a way that they’ve come to expect.

And your customers aren’t the only ones who are delighted to work with you this way. Your employees — particularly millennials and Gen Z — will appreciate the automated, digital workflows that come naturally to them. And you win, too, with all the precious time you’ll save with automated workflows.

Thryv provides a cost-effective, all-in-one small business software platform built to help construction companies streamline operations and grow. Set up a personalized demo for your business today.

Want to dive in more? Download The Guide to Small Business Automation.

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