By Matthew King | Business Planning

May 15

For any business startup coming into existence this century, or those that have been in existence even prior to this century, business technology just can’t be done without. With the digitization of virtually everything, technology now finds tremendous application in business. Business technology is one thing employers must watch out for in running their business.

Therefore, in expanding your startup, you must have technology at the end of your mind, probably for marketing, business financing or employee hiring.  No matter the size of your enterprise, business technology has both tangible and intangible benefits that will help you make money and produce the results your customers demand.

There are quite a number of things you will find out to be a lot easier in running your business when you incorporate business technology.

Your communication with customers

The first point of call is your customer relationship. Technology affects a firm’s ability to communicate with customers. Communicating with customers speedily and efficiently is very important in today’s business world. Websites allow customers to find answers to their questions after hours. Fast shipment options allow businesses to move products over a large geographic area. The image of your business could get better with increased customer communication via the use of technology.

Efficiency of Operations

Another thing your business stands to gain is efficiency in day-to-day operations. Technology also helps a business understand its cash flow needs and preserve precious resources such as time and physical space. Warehouse inventory technologies let business owners understand how best to manage the storage costs of holding a product. With proper technology in place, executives can save time and money by holding meetings over the Internet instead of at corporate headquarters as has been the case.

Business security

Business technologies have helped shape the security of businesses in recent times. Most businesses of the modern era are subject to security threats of different kinds. Technology can be used to protect financial data, confidential executive decisions and other proprietary information that leads to competitive advantages. It helps businesses keep their ideas and mode of operation from the competition. By having computers with passwords, a business can ensure none of its forthcoming projects will be copied by the competition.


The importance of researches in businesses cannot be overemphasized. A business that has the technological capacity to research new opportunities will surely stay a step ahead of its competition. The Internet allows a business to virtually travel into new markets and test new waters without having to incur costs.

Speed and Time  

Being fast in delivery and saving time could be very vital in transforming a business. Today, with the advent of information technology, information is shared at an astounding rate. This saves time, offering the ability to make decisions faster. Communication across different geographical locations can now take place within seconds.

Easier Storage

Business technology eliminates the need for multiple entry systems and reduces the need to file large amounts of paperwork, being less stressful on employees. Customer information can be stored in virtual data warehouses and accessed in minutes, which cuts down on the need to purchase or rent storage space. Databases can easily handle customer information and be manipulated for several functions.

Business Technology

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About the Author

Matthew King is the owner of the Startup Forums, Alkries LLC, and co-owner at TR King Insurance Marketing. Partner at Independent Life Insurance Agent Association, Medicare Training 101, and Final Expense 101. When he's not creating content about running successful businesses here. He's most likely developing processes, diving into SEO, or gaming with his friends and wife.

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