Introducing Tech Tuesdays

Posted by Joe Hocker on

Whether it’s posting to social media, setting up new clients, or sending out emails, automation and integrated products can be a great add to your business. Unlike your clients who love to get their reps in, repetitive tasks can be an unnecessary drag on your resources.

Over the last few months, we have all been looking for ways to trim the fat and work as efficiently as possible. In just the last year or so, we here at PFC have started working with some really great tools to help us with our efficiency and over the next couple of weeks, we’d like to tell you about some of these tools and how you might use them in your business. This doesn’t mean that you lose the personal (socially distanced) touch, it means that you can spend more meaningful time with you clients and focus on building your business.

We’ve used business automation to help us get YOU set up in some of our great products and services, like our new PFC University and Member’s Club websites. When we send you our Monthly Marketing or information about new products, we are using integrations between some of our different platforms. We even use an automation to help get you set up for online ordering when you fill out our form, to make sure that you can get in as soon as possible.

From communicating with your clients to notifying your staff of a new task to complete, automation can really help improve the efficiency of your business; getting you back to doing what you do best, growing your business!

For full disclosure, other than our subscriptions, we don’t have any affiliations with these tools and services; we just really like the work they do for us!

About Joe Hocker

Joe is an RPA developer, building workflow automations and bots to help make work more meaningful. When not developing new processes, he teaches photography, lens based media and design softwares at a small liberal arts college.

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