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Are you analyzing financial statements well?

(Jan. 19, 2012) -- This level of analysis of your business can be time consuming and tedious, but is rarely a waste of time. While you have competent, capable employees that help you keep track of your business finances, it is important for you to get your hands dirty in the details of how your business has performed. Often when a business owner does this level of analysis they are shocked at what they have found parked on their balance sheets.

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Find hidden wealth in workers

(Jan. 12, 2012) -- Cross-training existing employees can help boost productivity and earnings. However, doing so is pointless unless you’re certain the additional responsibilities you have in mind for someone are suited to their natural traits, personality and overall work approach.

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Omnia offers tips to increase productivity in 2012

(Jan. 3, 2012) -- If 2011 has left you falling behind in your workload and feeling defeated, maybe it’s time to kick your productivity up a notch. Sometimes you can’t necessarily change your work load, but you certainly can change how you deal with it. Here are six proven productivity improvement tips that can help you get more done in less time with less stress.

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Eight sure-fire ways to demotivate employees

(Dec. 19, 2011) -- Managers must inspire employees to give their best effort, to think out of the box, take risks, and to unleash their hidden potential for success and achievement. Look around your company. Could YOU be what is sapping employee morale?

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Set the speed in your dealership

(Dec. 15, 2011) -- Profitability comes down to your ability to identify the key performance Indicators in your specific operations then making them trackable and public. Give everyone in your dealership something to work toward, and they'll achieve it.

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Revolving credit cards: A win-win financing option

(Nov. 22, 2011) -- In today’s economy, your dealership needs to be aware of how smart consumers are spending and implement more flexible financing options that work for all types of customers at all price points. In addition to standard installment loan programs, dealers should seek business relationships that give them access to revolving credit options for their customers as well.

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Revolving credit cards: A win-win financing option

(Nov. 22, 2011) -- In today’s economy, your dealership needs to be aware of how smart consumers are spending and implement more flexible financing options that work for all types of customers at all price points. In addition to standard installment loan programs, dealers should seek business relationships that give them access to revolving credit options for their customers as well.

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Business Operations: Customers Want Now

(Nov. 16, 2011) -- Customers that may consider themselves loyal to you will buy from other sources if they get a better response. Often those purchases start out small: an O-ring or a handle. But, beware, those smaller purchase can turn into a habit and a lost customer. If you're going to win the fight you need the right tools. You need systems, processes and know-how to stay ahead of customers' demand and to keep them loyal.

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Capitalize on the seasonality of the RV business

(Nov. 9, 2011) -- Some dealerships see as much as 80 percent of their sales occurring within a four or five month season. Managing the incoming cash and budgeting for 12 months worth of expenses is a delicate balance most of our customers face. So, how can you stretch out your season and keep customers buying into the off-season months? Here are some tips on keeping cash coming in, even after the weather has turned

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RV trainer goes off-the-grid to research lifestyle

(Nov. 8, 2011) -- Here’s what I experienced -- a lifestyle that far surpasses the stresses and pressures of everyday life. I also realized that with the right frame of mind, you can even live in a small motorhome without feeling like the walls are caving in on you. And it made me realize how valuable energy is, and how we take electricity for granted.

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Exit interviews reveal wealth of information

(Nov. 4, 2011) -- Typically conducted after an employee has voluntarily decided to leave, the exit interview is key to organization improvement since rarely will you receive such frank feedback from an employee. When used properly, the information you receive could increase operational efficiency, boost employee morale and create a more profitable company.

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Unlocking the secrets of the Internet – Part 4

(Nov. 1, 2011) -- Research by J.D. Power & Associates shows that the typical buyer is going to be researching their purchase for at least six months before they are ready to start talking openly with a salesperson. Today, the bulk of that research is happening on the Internet. That means when a potential customer makes contact with you through the Internet, they are more likely to be shopping for someone with whom they can build a relationship than they are for a specific RV. Read More »

RV-ID changes the way RVs move through commerce stream

(Oct. 24, 2011) -- RV|ID and myRV|ID are location-based services that use GPS, wireless communications and sophisticated software to provide remote vehicle monitoring, mapping, alerts, and, for RV owners, automatically creates trip journals which they can post to Facebook or share with family, friends, or other RV owners.

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Tips for successful software implementation

(Oct. 20, 2011) -- Business management software can make your business more efficient and more profitable. But, there is an element of risk in every software implementation. Everyone has heard horror stories about software implementations going awry, but this does not have to be you. Follow the tips below and make your software implementation a success story - not a horror story.

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Shift left and get to the source of problems

(Oct. 19, 2011) -- Customers are watching. They know that every time they ask for a part you'll have to ask "the one guy" where it is. They know that your technicians are disconnected from your service writers. They wonder why the problems never get fixed. Stop. Shift Left. Get to the source of the problem, wrestle it down, find a solution and get it fixed. If you don't, it will still be with you tomorrow. And the next day, and the next.

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