Small Business Systems

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Small Business Systems Mission Is To Help Small Business's Grow Through Business Development, Sustainability, Technology, Scalability, & Systems.

We're Helping Small Businesses Overcome Challenges, Set And Achieve Business Goals through business systems and Technology.


Sustainability is often defined as managing the triple bottom line – a process by which companies manage their financial, social and environmental risks, obligations and opportunities. These three impacts are sometimes referred to as profits, people and planet.


Technology is concerned with improvements in a variety of human and organizational problem-solving endeavors, through the design, development and use of technologically based systems and processes that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of information in a variety of strategic, tactical and operational situations.


Scalability is the ability of a system to grow to meet a company’s business needs. It is the ease with which the supply of a product, service or process can be expanded to meet changing levels of demand. In today’s high-technology marketplace, economists are increasingly talking about the importance of instant scalability.


The system helps the business organizations to achieve their goals. A business system is a combination of policies, personnel, equipment and computer facilities to coordinate the activities of a business organization.


Your first step is to break down your target market into your ideal customers. Your ideal customer is also known as an avatar. Defining your customer avatar is critical. You see, most companies and retailers are not meeting their customers’ needs. You need to ensure that you have a clear understanding of your customers’ needs and are targeting the right audience so that you can speak to them in a language they’re familiar with. The voice or language you want to use is their voice. 


At every step in the Marketing Optimization System, we collect and analyze data in two different ways—qualitatively and quantitatively. Analyzing qualitatively helps you to understand exactly who visits your websites and know why they should be buying products from your online store. Quantitative data is all about numbers and metrics. It is the analytics and the goals that are calculated from your marketing results


To optimize successfully and efficiently, you must adopt the right mindset. The mindset you need is one of growth, not only from the perspective of being abundant and forward thinking, but also about your business as a whole. You must execute goal-oriented strategies instead of relying on random marketing efforts. Come up with your own system—or use one that’s already been created. This book will show you my system, and as you read through, you’ll start to see a pattern of opportunity. 

Change – shaping strategy For Small Businesses

Change is an accepted consequence of modern life. Indeed, the phrase – ‘change is the only certainty’ – has become something of a business mantra. All organisations are subject to increasing levels of change. We can view change in terms of cyclical change and evolutionary change. Cyclical change involves variation that is repetitive and often predictable (e.g. seasonal variation in demand or fluctuation in economy circumstances). Evolutionary change involves a more fundamental shift. It may mean sudden innovation or a gradual ‘creeping’ process. Either way, the result can have drastic consequences for strategic development.

Establishing Organizational Capability

Organizational capabilities will be made up of specific assets and competencies. The key areas to identify are where the organization is superior to the competition. In summary, assets are organizational attributes, tangible or intangible, that can be utilized to gain advantages in the market. Obviously assets should not be viewed in isolation, it is also important to establish any competencies that give the organization advantages. The value chain is a useful framework to use to identify these areas of unique competence. Key competencies may lie in primary activities. These include activities such as in-bound logistics (e.g. inventory control), operations (e.g. manufacturing), out-bound logistics (e.g. global delivery), marketing (e.g. brand development) and service (e.g. installation).

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