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August 11, 2021 • General

For the last generation, the world has been digitalizing. To sustain its economies, Western civilizations have made two colossal leaps. First, empires went from buying and selling raw materials to creating industrialized manufacturing networks powered by the steam engine and the discovery of oil. In the twentieth century, technologies changed, and the world economies moved once again to center themselves around the service industries: those abilities fellow humans offered in the service of others for payment.

These days, some economists and historians have suggested we’re on the cusp of another major transition: to a world economy built on high-technology. Already we can look around and see the dominance of technology and the Internet; it’s in our pockets, in our homes, in our workplaces. A technological wave is rapidly introducing itself to every corner of life as we once knew it. That’s why it’s important that businesses and corporate operations in the service world don’t fall behind. An effective, competitive company in this third decade of the 21st Century should grab its surfboards and ride that wave – not let it catch its leaders unaware.

But how can a service company join the high-tech world?

One of the most important ways could be the integration of an effective software program designed to capitalize on the benefits of digital infrastructure, while efficiently streamlining business operations. Engaging the world of software has the potential to unburden companies from time waste and clerical energy exertion like never before.

Here are four key things a good management software should do to forever improve your workflow.

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1. Harness Cloud Technology. The bedrock of the digital age is connectivity, and an effective software should allow users to engage the platform at any time from any place. Users should be able to access and edit the same information in real-time, as well as participate in collaborative exercises at will.


2. Allow for Customization. One feature of a software highly effective at improving workflow should be the ability for personalization. Every company has their own needs, interests, and specific ways of doing business. One-size-fits-all software designs often tick some boxes for companies, but leave certain, critical needs out. Working with an in-house software engineer to make necessary, custom adjustments to a dynamic code is a resource that should not be underestimated.


3. Permit a Data-Driven Approach. Built-in, reviewable analytics will allow management to direct their business strategies in appropriate ways. For instance, software should allow those responsible for managerial decisions to easily conclude which sales avenues are most profitable, which types of customers perform best, and so on.


4. Be Searchable. The adoption of digital records allows instantaneous access to desired information, eliminating time spent pouring over paper records or tracking down fellow personnel to find answers. Such functions might be applied to inventory or vehicle fleets, amid other uses.

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In Firebreak, you can rest assured that all of the above features are met and exceeded. We strongly believe in a deep-rooted, meaningful integration between technology and the service world.

Firebreak offers that at an unprecedented, company-wide scale.


For any further questions, or if you’d like to schedule a Firebreak demo, please contact us.


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