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Running a business? Tips to optimise efficiency

In business, time is money. Saving time on the small things that make your business tick over and automating internal processes will add up to your people being available to engage with customers and create the desired impression. Here are some tips to improve productivity and efficiency in your business.

Access the best technology for your needs

Technology is changing constantly and your business has access to more options today than ever before. Looking at the processes in your business and identifying the most relevant systems and technology required to streamline those processes will make your business more efficient and allow you and your staff to focus on growing the business and serving customers. Whether yours is a small business or a bustling enterprise, you need the latest technology on your side to ensure that your operations run smoothly: like a telecommunications system that links your branches for fast, easy information transfer or a network of multifunction printers that handle all your print production in house to save time.

Choose solutions that can grow with your business

You don’t want to over invest in technology, so it makes sense to lease office equipment like multifunction printers or a PABX system and upgrade seamlessly when your business’ requirements evolve. You also need office solutions that are scalable: Ensure that you get the right advice from an experienced partner that understands your ambitions and will recommend solutions that can be scaled as you grow.

Partner with experts

Having partners that you can rely on in business is essential, you need a partners and suppliers that you can trust to deliver and support you, so that you can focus on running your business. The best indication of reliability is experience in the industry. If you purchase the best tech for your business, but your partner can’t support you with service and support then your productivity sufferers.

The CBA Group has over 25 years of experience in Office Automation, providing tailored solutions and excellent service to clients ranging from small businesses to enterprises. They can provide your business with the latest technology and tailored, scalable solutions that evolve as you grow. CBA is also a Samsung Super Dealer and for the month of June they are running incredible deals on Samsung Colour Multifunction printers. Get in touch with CBA Group NOW to find the best Samsung solution for your needs. Visit www.cbagroup.co.za to request a quote. Ask them about the Samsung C4060 A4 colour printer or the Samsung X4250 A3 colour printer, which offer the lowest cost per copy in their segment: saving you time and money!


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