Many small business owners struggle to manage their projects from a financial, time management and performance perspective.
We’re super excited to announce the launch of our new website! Nearly 6 months in the making, it’s been a labour of love. The updated site includes a new structure so it’s easier for you to find content, an even better experience for mobile and desktop and a refreshed brand look and feel that better reflects the modern day WorkflowMax.
Ah, New Year's Resolutions. The time of year when we reflect on what did, and didn't work in 2017, and make well-meaning plans to improve ourselves in the coming year, plans usually made over a glass or ten of wine and forgotten in the morning.
But the new year is an optimal time to think about goals and plans for your business in 2018. We've come up with 10 resolutions you could make as a creative leader in 2018.
WorkflowMax and Xero, take online security seriously and we are continuously enhancing our world class security standards. To help your business maintain secure practices we are moving to a new WorkflowMax login screen, powered by Xero, effective 22 January 2018.
Your freshly decorated tree stands proudly in the living room, fairy lights twinkle at the local mall, your colleagues have started planning their holidays.
Yep, the build up to Christmas is a pretty magical time. So why do you have this nagging feeling in the back of your mind?
The year is nearly over, and that means it’s time for winding up client projects and taking stock of the year that has been. It’s also the time to go shopping for client gifts.
More people than ever work remotely, at least part of the week. Here at WorkflowMax, many of our users – and even some of our team – work remotely all across the globe. I myself work from my off-grid eco-home in rural New Zealand. Usually, this is a wonderful arrangement enabling staff the freedom to live and work wherever they want, and to facilitate a great work/life balance. But it comes at a cost.
Out of bed, coffee in hand, laptop out—voila, you are ready for work! No commuting by overcrowded public transport. No noisy colleagues alongside you. No chit-chatting about this and that. No queues in front of the coffee machine.
BowerBird is a platform that helps architects and interior designers connect with journalists and get their work published. Co-founder Ben G Morgan gives us some tips on publicity for architects ahead of BowerBird’s launch in the US.
For the last 8 months or so I’ve been building an extension on my house. It’s a pretty big job, adding a large living space, kitchen, master bedroom and ensuite. And, of course, it involves a huge amount of planning and scheduling and budgeting and the management of several different trades and construction / supply companies.