When you start a new small business, there are many fundamental business questions you must answer: Where will we find consistent revenue? Who are the target clients? What is the right team size to meet customer demand? What is our growth strategy? Is our product or service sustainable, and what is our value proposition?
Below these challenging questions lie the mechanics of business operations. While company leaders ponder how to define and approach their business model, another prime concern is the small business network they select.
Businesses too often strain existing infrastructure with additional tools and hardware. This strategy leads to a high amount of manual entry, human error, communications issues and user frustration. The upfront cost might be lower, but the inefficiency created by this approach outweighs its short-term benefit. Agile companies understand this and design a network to suit both current and future needs.