In past Posts, we’ve discussed tools, outsourcing and the “why”. Now it’s time to cover those of you that have considered tackling the sometimes daunting activity of taking charge of your own bookkeeping. The secret? It doesn’t have to be daunting! Here are some tips on channeling your inner accountant.
With the New Year quickly rolling in, a lot of interior design professionals are re-evaluating and restructuring their business plan and aiming for the stars! In order to grow, you’re going to need some help.
For many of us, our businesses are like our children, and we don’t want to hand the job off to just anyone. Choosing a second-in-command and developing an Interior Design HR plan doesn’t have to be stressful.
Here are a few tips on prepping your firm to expand:
Before we dive into the world of interior design project management software, it’s important to review your company’s current procedure. Answer the following questions…
- What is your current system?
- How much time are you spending reviewing and organizing your projects?
- What’s working?
- What isn’t working?
- Do you keep messy notebooks?
- Are you and your team on the same page?
- Are all of your projects meeting expectations?
- Is there an easier way?
- Do you go home with headaches?
1. Cloud Access
Much like other interior design software (like Studio WebWare, Designer Advantage, and QuickBooks), Design Manager is based in the cloud. That means that anyone on your team can access it at any time, from a Mac or PC. This is so important to staying efficient. Desktop applications are quickly becoming obsolete, and for good reason. The cloud is where it’s at.
We cover a variety of industries, but by far the most unique is bookkeeping for interior design.
Here are a few reasons why:
Breathe…tax time is almost over!
Saving money doesn’t require huge company change – get creative, be diligent, and start small. We can’t all be accountants, but we can all get into the mindset of an accountant.