Accounting firms, managing partners, practice leaders turn to Peerview Data when:
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 30, 2017 12:05:00 PM
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 30, 2017 8:18:00 AM
Need to know how specific industries perform? Now you can get comparable information on your laptop, desktop or tablet.
When you started your own company you probably had your service, name, and location figured out. The color schemes and logo took more trial and error than you thought they would, but they turned out okay.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 24, 2017 2:04:00 PM
Misconceptions and misunderstandings are common and often fueled by a lack of education or knowledge about the topic at hand. This article that we found on Entrepreneur.com touches on some of the top misconceptions concerning Big Data when it comes to small businesses.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 24, 2017 4:02:00 AM
You never know how behind you were until you finally get ahead. When you finally decide to start analyzing and benchmarking your company’s data, you start to wonder how you ever got along before.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 23, 2017 4:00:00 PM
We came across this article by Mike Kappel on Entrepreneur.com the other day that hit the nail on the head in terms of making sense of the importance of monitoring your company's status. As Kappel reflected on how his small business benefitted or took hits as results of him tracking or not tracking the status of his company's data- in this scenario, in the case of financial ratios.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 21, 2017 11:55:33 AM
This piece from TIME allows us to act as a bug on a wall as IBM’s Ginni Rometty speaks with 100 CEOs about the future of their companies and businesses in general. While author, Alan Murray, cannot give specifics he is able to provide us with a few pointers provided by some of the world’s most successful business leaders.
One insight that stands out is that "Data has become their most powerful asset (although turning that data into intelligence is still a critical challenge)."
Kirk Enright, on Nov 20, 2017 7:09:00 AM
One thing we are seeing is a shift from cognitive skills to social skills, in which machines take over rote tasks and value shifts to human centered activity. So it is imperative that every enterprise adapt to a new mode of value creation.
Today, an architect needs to be far more than a draftsman, a waiter needs to do more than place orders and a travel agent needs to do more than book flights. Automation has commoditized those tasks, but opened up possibilities to do far more. We need to focus less on where value is shifting from and more on where value is shifting to."
It’s clear that incorporating Big Data into your company has its benefits. Any quick Google search or scroll through your LinkedIn feed will undoubtedly lead you to several articles screaming about Big Data from the rooftops- with good reason, too.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 16, 2017 4:04:00 PM
Entrepreneur.com did a round up of all of the cities that are newly humming with the buzz of the tech industry outside of Silicon Valley. The list includes some of the most amazing cities in the US... but we'll admit we're a little partial to number three.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 16, 2017 9:00:00 AM
As a CPA, you might think that high fees, limited expertise or even bad service would be the main reason you lose clients, but No. 1 on the list — cited by 72% of respondents in a survey by The Sleeter Group — was the complaint their CPA “did not give proactive advice, only reactive service. Being proactive in the realm of your clients’ data will not only show your clients that you are on their side and they can put their trust in you where their business’ numbers are concerned but also benefit the both of you in the long run. Your clientele reflects you. If they are average or below average, so are you.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 14, 2017 9:13:00 AM
Sometimes as a business owner, even when you have the most detailed of business plans, it can feel as though you are operating in the dark. Are you offering more or less health coverage than normal for a company your size? How does your turnover rate compare to your competitors’? How are you doing in general compared to your competitors?
Keeping up with Big Data, analytics & benchmarking has been the name of the game for a while now, and chances are, if your company is not taking advantage of Big Data, analytics & benchmarking and the benefits that you will sow while utilizing it, you may be losing out in places you’d never thought of before.
Kirk Enright, on Nov 10, 2017 11:09:00 AM
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 10, 2017 10:25:19 AM
Everyone has been buzzing about the topic of the moment: tax reform. Here are some articles we found to help you better understand what these reforms mean for you and your business.
Kirk Enright, on Nov 10, 2017 8:19:00 AM
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 9, 2017 4:01:00 PM
This article that we came across this week has some inspiring insight on how to keep your data current and your sharing methods effective.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 8, 2017 2:01:00 PM
Nobody's perfect. Even in the tech world where rules and codes are seemingly cut and dry, there is sometimes an abundance of grey areas when it comes to the world of data and just what the heck your company is to do with it. This article that we recently stumbled across helps to spell these common difficulties out.
This week has kicked off with some welcome change as we are unpacking the last of our boxes and sorting through files and sticky notes. With each talented new asset that we have added to our team in the last weeks and months, our old Peerview Data office space was growing in brain power as elbow room quickly diminished.
Katlyn Allen, on Nov 3, 2017 4:03:00 PM
For years now, Amazon has risen and re-established themselves over and over again as one of the top dogs in the world of business as it has rewritten the script on distribution, business models, technology, and even accumulating other companies (we're looking at you, Whole Foods). Take a look at what this article says will help your company become a little more like Amazon...it might be easier than you think.