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During a crisis or economic downturn, it is critical to invest your time, energy, and focus into efforts that drive continuous improvement and optimization. Building on top of the best practices you have carefully put in place ensures your business continues to run as efficiently as possible during a time of sweeping change.
Effective business management can create a smooth transition and have your business operating at peak efficiency. Learn how to manage cash flow, create operational efficiencies, and utilize your CRM and other tools to keep your business running.
Stabilize Cash Flow
From maintaining the cash coming into your business to keeping a close eye on the cash going out, use these tips to help manage your finances during economic distress.
Take Control of Your Finances >>
Maximize Operational Efficiencies
Ensure your business operations continue to run smoothly no matter what the world tries to throw at your business.
Keep Your Business Running >>
Strengthen Customer Relationships
When things are at their most uncertain is when consistent communication and strong client relationships matter the most. Provide a positive customer experience regardless of circumstances.
Ensure Customer Retention >>
Enable a Remote Workforce
Get the most out of your ConnectWise products with curated playlists designed to help you enable a productive and secure remote workforce.
Watch the Playlists >>
Keep Clients Secure
Security is more important than ever as your clients’ staff works from home. From advanced tools to the latest security training, ConnectWise has the resources you need to keep threats at bay.
Protect Your Clients >>
Navigate Legal Resources
Governments worldwide have enacted legislative measures to combat the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out our resources to help your business navigate these changes.
Explore Legal Resources >>
During times of crisis or economic uncertainty, preparation can be the difference between weathering the storm or closing up shop. Make sure the processes you have in place can tackle any challenge.
Peter Melby, CEO, Greystone Technology