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How can you tell if your company’s software is truly working for your needs? As your company grows and evolves, it’s important to reevaluate your software to ensure it can effectively handle your company’s processes. Here are 10 common things to consider when evaluating your software. If you have any of these problems, don’t worry – all of them can likely be fixed with better, more...

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“Where is that estimate?” “Did the manager approve that one?” “Did the client get it?” “How many got approved last month?” “Why did that one get rejected?” Sound familiar? If so, it might be time to update your estimates and approvals systems. An outdated system can create a lot of problems for businesses, including: Missing or incorrectly filed paperwork Miscommunication between teams and clients Wasted time on...

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When important things happen, do the right people know about it? How long does it take to get vital information into the right hands? From schedule changes and updates, to upcoming product launches or recalls, how do you alert your team or customers about what’s new with your company? Do you still rely on email and phone calls to send out important information? Great! However, it might...

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Did you know that once you build a custom software system for your business, you could potentially sell it to other businesses? You absolutely can with our Software as a Service (SaaS) solution! At i-Tul, we can help you build the right software for your needs, and then help you license and sell that software to other businesses. We’ll also help you set up everything to get...

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Technology allows us to communicate with each other instantly from anywhere, which is great for business. However, we sometimes miss the one-on-one connection of meeting in person. Because of this, we gladly welcome visits from our clients! The best times for in-person meetings from our clients are at the very beginning, the very end or whenever we’re at a tricky part of our project. In the...

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