Every year brings change, hopefully for the better. One positive change for us was the revamping of our blog. The goal was to provide a new blog that was more inviting visually, more fun (Have you read our Clients from Hell series?), and easier to navigate. Additionally, we wanted to provide more valuable content from industry experts such as Shafat Qazi (BQE CEO and Founder) and Steven Burns, FAIA, to help our readers in the professional services industries improve their chances of success. As 2012 comes to a close we thought we’d look back on some of our more popular blog posts. The following are the top 5 posts of 2012.
Here’s a list of five bad billing practices that every business should avoid. Use these tips to protect your business and increase its profits.
Office and Project Managers need information to maintain a healthy cash flow and ensure projects run efficiently. They need current data on work in-progress, budgets, accounts receivable and staff performance. Here are 5 key BillQuick reports that every manager should be using to stay on top of their game.
This is the first of a five part series based on Steven Burns’ Clients from Hell webinar which goes over client relationships, the troublemakers, pitfalls to avoid and how to diffuse and prevent hellish client situations.
2012 saw the release of Windows 8. This was Microsoft’s attempt to keep its desktop operating system relevant in a world in which mobile devices are becoming increasingly more popular. One of our Support Engineers took this new tablet-friendly OS for a test drive and shared his opinions on why BillQuick users should resist the urge to dive into the Windows 8 waters, for the moment.
Providing excellent services to your clients is taxing enough, billing for services rendered shouldn’t be stressful as well. Don’t lose money because you can’t keep track of all the project details needed to create accurate invoices. Learn how BillQuick makes billing for your services a breeze–as it should be.
Did you have another favorite BQE blog post for 2012? Let us know in the Comments section. We appreciate your feedback. Best of luck in your endeavors for 2013!