Matt writes articles about how small businesses and startups can use IT to help grow their business over on his own site mattkuter.com.
The articles are usually business focused but sometimes they can get a bit technical.
Here is a couple of the latest articles:
Should Your Startup Use an All-In-One Software Or Separate Systems
One of the most challenging things when starting up or being in the growth stages of your business is selecting the right software. These days businesses are spoiled for choice with the huge number of products that we can use to run our business. One of the choices that you may be facing is whether you […]
Make Marketing Your Startup Easier With Our One Page Marketing Plan
Writing a Marketing Plan can be quite daunting. I am not about to go into the reasons that you should have one but maybe you’re not sure where to start? Or you think it will take too long and you don’t have time? Well, much like writing a business plan, the process of creating your […]
Does Business Planning Bore You? Check out This Simple Business Plan Template so You Can Get on with the Fun Stuff
Business Planning is a critical activity for any business. A business plan provides direction and keeps you on track. It will help you focus on your top priorities and clarify who your customers and how you can serve them effectively. Read on to find out my recommendation on how we as small business owners can […]
Don’t want to pay for MS Office? Check out LibreOffice the free alternative.
One of my favorite Open Source applications is LibreOffice, which is a full office suite of applications. I use it almost everyday as a replacement for MS Office and have not encountered anything that it can’t do. Don’t know what Open Source is? Check out my overview here. In my experience, unless you are the […]
Should I Be Using Open Source Software in My Small Business?
I won’t hide it – I’m a huge fan of Open Source Software (abbreviated to OSS). One of the reasons I started my own business is to help small businesses save money on IT. One way I explore this is to take advantage of the plethora of OSS options available. So what exactly is […]