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21 06, 2017

Case Study: Zoho CRM-GoToWebinar integration connects, automates and updates

By |June 21st, 2017|APIs, Case Studies, CRM|

Magic Mobility produce and sell wheelchairs directly to the public or via agents. The brief Magic Mobility provide internal webinars for agents, using GoToWebinar, and invite agents to attend these webinars by email. They wanted to be able to monitor webinar registrations or send reminders to those who had not registered, but needed to log [...]

23 11, 2016

Case Study: CRM-web integration reduces admin by 3 hours per day

By |November 23rd, 2016|Business Tools, Case Studies, CRM, Uncategorized|

“After speaking to many companies about building our CRM, Squirrel was the one that took the time to understand our organisation and our particular needs in grouping family members together. They supported us through each stage of implementation and in doing so have made us realise that we can do so much more with the [...]

8 11, 2016

Case Study: Zoho CRM-job scheduling-MYOB integration saves 15 hours of admin time per week

By |November 8th, 2016|Blog, Business Tools, Case Studies, CRM|

"The office team were consumed with entering data, so I knew we needed to streamline things. I’d tried downloading a few systems, but had no idea what I was doing. Kylie and Kerryn came in and got a really good understanding of our business. I’m not very savvy with technology, but they made sure I [...]

1 11, 2016
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Stop copy and pasting once and for all

By |November 1st, 2016|APIs, Business Tools, CRM|

Implement, Integrate, Automate As Founder of Squirrel Business Hub, I advise SMEs on cloud-based business systems. Over the past three years, I’ve been privileged to work with more than 150 companies, which has given me a useful insight into business practices. Time and again, I’ve witnessed people entering the same data into their database or [...]

17 10, 2016

Digital champions ask, ‘Is there a better way?’

By |October 17th, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized|

Integrating your booking form and calendar means that information is pushed automatically from one to the other Meet Adriana, bookings manager for a busy commercial cleaning company. Adriana was spending many hours manually entering booking data into the system. This was stressful, time-consuming and prone to error. Squirrel Business Hub helped her to [...]

7 10, 2016

Digital transformation in small steps

By |October 7th, 2016|Blog, CRM|

If the words 'digital transformation' send you into a panic, there's good news: the process lends itself to a step-by-step approach. Start your transformation by changing the way you do one everyday repetitive task - preferably a paper-based activity. If, for example, you’re using a duplicate book to record orders or a physical calendar for [...]

3 10, 2016

Visiting your bookkeeper with a shoebox full of receipts?

By |October 3rd, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized|

Digital awareness is a spectrum. The first step in your digital transformation is working out where your business is on that spectrum. Are you doing things like: Re-keying bills into your accounting software, or – worse still – visiting your bookkeeper with a shoebox full of receipts? Using index cards – yes, we know people [...]

26 09, 2016

Watch out: There’s a potential Uber in your industry!

By |September 26th, 2016|Blog, Technology, Uncategorized|

The taxi industry may not have seen Uber coming, but you can future-proof your business If you’ve caught a taxi after a night out recently, there’s a good chance it was an Uber. The ride-share company took advantage of the power and reach of the smartphone to change the way we get around, [...]

15 09, 2016

What’s an API anyway?

By |September 15th, 2016|APIs, Blog, Technology, Uncategorized|

I have a confession to make … You would think that as the founder of a business that helps other businesses choose and implement software systems I would have an IT or systems engineering background, right? Nope. I’m just a bit of a technology enthusiast who loves working out how to make things run more [...]