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How a Learning Management System (LMS) can strengthen your customer relationships

How a Learning Management System (LMS) can strengthen your customer relationships

Business
  Companies are rapidly implementing Learning Management Systems (LMS), be it large MNCs or startups. LMS software's empower organisations to provide useful and low-cost training programs to develop the skills of their employees. Businesses think of an LMS as a skill-enhancing tool for their employees. They overlook the fact that an LMS can also improve their customer relationships by giving delightful customer experience. If similar is the case with you and your organisation, top 20 LMS list based on customer experience might be helpful. Below are 7 ways in which an LMS can strengthen your customer relationships. Smoother onboarding - First impression is the last impression. Giving your customers a great onboarding experience is your first step towards a long-term p...
6 Tips for Developing Online Business through Instagram

6 Tips for Developing Online Business through Instagram

Business
The revolutionary wave of digital media is on the rise as every individual consciously part of digital marketing. Sites like Instagram, Facebook, and twitter have been playing a significant role in shaping the pitch of business profiles. With the growing trend of online marketing, these powerful media-houses will continue to rule in the future too. So, why not use this platform for a reliable and distinctively popular business empire in this era of social media. Let's find out how Instagram will help in creating success stories. Relevant posts Don't share anything anywhere in the Instagram profile just for fulfilling the mere requirement of shares. It is the rule of thumb to be specific in sharing posts relevant to your business and firm. Share posts that boost your online pre...
Guide for Americans applying for Chinese business or work visa

Guide for Americans applying for Chinese business or work visa

Business, Travel
Business people heading to China have a few options for the type of visa needed. The F visa is designed for those doing business short-term in China, while the Z visa is for expatriate workers hired by a Chinese or international company to work and earn a salary while in the country. Both can be issued by the Chinese Embassy, a Chinese consulate office or from within China itself. The F Travel Visa – For People Doing Business in China The F visa is considered a short-term business visa and is designed for people who are doing business, internships, scientific or cultural exchanges or other activities that don't involve full time employment with a company located in China. The F visa is available for six months or one year. The six month visa can be renewed once in China. After
Understanding personal bookkeeping for long term expenses

Understanding personal bookkeeping for long term expenses

Business
Personal bookkeeping - Most beginning business people and personal bookkeeping do not full comprehend the differences between expenses and amortized assets. This can be confusing, at first, since these are all items that must be paid for and therefore expensed in a business. However, the easiest way to think of the difference in personal bookkeeping is to think that items that must be amortized – fixed assets – are those items that will be contributing to the business over a longer period of time, usually more than one year. Defining an Asset versus an Expense in Personal Bookkeeping Understanding an item that is a simple expense, and therefore doesn’t require amortizing (depreciating the cost of the asset over more than one year) is another approach. Items that are expensed immediat
How to get funding for a new business

How to get funding for a new business

Business
Many with a good business idea or concept believe that, if only they had the necessary funding, they could go into business and be successful. That's only partially true. The other part is that if they really want to go into a business, they should write their idea (develop a business plan) and approach some investors. Almost a business corollary to that is that they probably should develop their business, products and operate on a small scale (in their garage) to prove their concept while approaching investors. The real question is, who to approach? Commercial Banks, Venture Capitalists or Angel Investors Obviously, if one's business model goes beyond a very basic level, outside funding must be sought. Normally, the entrepreneur's personal resources will typically be invested im...