Monthly Archives: April 2011

Business Planning

April 24th, 2011 (3 Comments)

A client asked me to suggest a good tool for business planning. I quite like the 3-page business planning overview by the South Australian government. It includes all the essential areas to think about.

Inflow – Our First Client

April 20th, 2011 (No Comments)

Just a quick update that we have successfully set up our first client. Thank you so much to Cameron from Inflow Energy Efficiency Consulting for sticking with us through the setup process. Now we are waiting to receive his collection of receipts to get them scanned. Then he’ll be fully on top of his business […]

Day One With the Team

April 18th, 2011 (No Comments)

My team joined me today. I was so excited. Actually, I was a bit nervous. Would we all click? Would be grow into a cohesive team that can deliver what we are promising to our clients? Will we have compatible values? After one day, I cannot answer these questions fully yet. But I am feeling […]

Dropbox – Another Essential Tool

April 13th, 2011 (No Comments)

USB sticks were a great invention. However, they are old hat and clunky and complicated compared to what Dropbox has to offer. I’ve got a computer at home and another one in the office. After installing Dropbox, I’ve got a folder on both computers that gets synced automatically and in real time. So whenever any […]

Shoeboxed – Getting Rid of Paper

April 7th, 2011 (No Comments)

Have you ever sat in front of a pile of receipts? Torn at the edges? Faded by the sunlight? You could not remember what they were for. You did not know how to store them. You dreaded the thought of actually going through them to enter them for your accountant.

Why Did We Choose Saasu?

April 3rd, 2011 (2 Comments)

A friend suggested to have a look at Saasu back in May last year. I did and started using it. After having used MYOB for years, it was a bit of a learning curve to get started. Looking back now, it was highly intuitive. With no training, it was possible to find my way through […]