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  Post #1 (permalink)   10-19-2009, 10:33 PM
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there are times that you may be at loss specially on keeping track of your data inputs, I would like ta ask some advice on how you do manage it?
 
 
 


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Why would you be at a loss? Data entry is an essential part of maintaining any business. Write a standard operating plan, and tweak it from time to time so that it will minimize your input errors.
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Every business record will be created automaticlly in our business system.If you want to have a copy you can back up the records.
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Every business record will be created automaticlly in our business system.If you want to have a copy you can back up the records.
What do you do when a client asks for a refund, or a pro-rated credit? Is that automated? What do you do when a prospect asks for a dedicated server with specs you don't have in inventory, but could sell them given a couple of days to acquire the hard drives or RAM? Or a custom RAID configuration? Or any other number of things that can't possibly be automated?
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