echnology has created smarter shoppers. And it takes a smarter business to keep up with them.
Does your business have inventory available in a real-world storefront and online? If so, you know managing inventory with the different points of sale can be a real headache.
With a new year in full swing, Coolhead Tech recently reached out to three brand new businesses to learn what their resolutions for 2013 are.
Each of these businesses began last year and got off to a sucessful start. All three are based here in Texas. And all three say they will depend on technology—cloud-based and otherwise—to achieve their goals for the coming year.
Restaurant owners: Your table is ready.
There's an app that is revolutionizing wait list management and restaurant mobile marketing all at the same time.
If you are looking to get rid of your outdated, expensive restaurant pager system once and for all, today's Coolhead Tech featured small business app may be the answer.WaitApp helps you increase your walk-in business, fill lost tables, lower the number of no-shows and build profits.
Social media. It's a vital marketing tool for your company. Many companies may not understand the use of social media or how big of a presence it has become. According to eMarketers.com 90 percent of businesses utilize social media as one of their main marketing strategies.
If your business uses Google Apps, there are some importing things you need from an online booking system. It has to be:
In today’s business environment, it is important to have not only the right Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, but also have it be accessible anywhere.
Forefront Austin, a digital media and marketing services company based in Austin, created this neat infographic and we thought we'd share. (Click to view a larger version).
I received this great question from a customer about Gmail's spam folder.
You already know your business needs social media.