When you run a growing business, you need to keep a close eye on cashflow and costs.
Especially right now as the price of everything is shooting up.
How much are you spending on staff? On delivering your product or service? On commodity purchases such as energy. Even… how much are you spending on coffee each month?
Perhaps there’s a cost you haven’t considered? I’m talking about the cost of downtime.
Downtime is when your systems go down – for whatever reason – and your whole team can’t do what they need to do.
Work grinds to a halt. Productivity falls off a cliff.
Sometimes, if your internet access is gone and your phones don’t work, you can’t even get in touch with your clients to let them know you’re having issues.
In extreme cases your data might be at risk.
And whether the downtime lasts for 20 minutes or days, it always takes extra time to get everyone working at the right pace again.
Do you have regular downtime? Call me. Let’s get it fixed.