Westtown, NY (PressExposure) April 04, 2009 -- Efficiency expert and professional organizer Cynthia Marsh-Croll of Croll Organizing, LLC is helping companies remain competitive in this economic environment. Using digital tools is an important piece of increasing productivity. Tracking information with paper is time consuming and most times inefficient. You can collect the information in paper put the information then needs to be transformed into a digital medium to be tracked and acted upon. Ms. Marsh-Croll offers seminars, articles, downloadable training tools, a complete line of scanners and consulting services to help businesses increase their bottom lines. Visit http://www.crollorganizing.com or call Croll Organizing, LLC at 845-649-2778 to learn more. âOn average we gain our clients 5 to 8 hours a week. Imagine what your profits would look like if you used that time for sales.â says Ms. Marsh-Croll.
Below are digital tools and resources that can help businesses take their workflow to the next level.
Customer Relationship Management Software: â¢ The ability to track and schedule your prospecting efforts. Which ultimately turns into sales. â¢ You can use the electronic calendar to schedule tasks, appointments and workflow. â¢ Some of the more advanced programs give you the option of using drip marketing to following up with customers. â¢ History of all contact and documentation for prospects and customers. Wouldnât it be wonderful to be able to pull up a prospect or clientâs information and have it all at your fingertips! Far more efficient than searching through paper files.
Converting Business Cards: â¢ Business cards you collect through networking or referrals need to be acted upon or they become lost opportunities. â¢ Purchase a scanner with digital filing system software. â¢ Reduce junk mail by filling out a form at https://www.optoutprescreen.com. â¢ Ask yourself what has to happen next when picking up a document. Either do it or put in an action file to be done later.
Time Management: â¢ Time blocking â create sections of time to work on specific tasks, areas or projects. â¢ Use one calendar to track your appointments and home obligations. â¢ Spend the last 15 to 30 minutes of the day prioritizing the next days work and tidying up your desk.
Ms. Marsh-Croll teaches her clients these techniques and more. She offers training and consulting packages as well as downloadable seminar products such as âItâs A Matter of Timeâ and âOrganizing 101 â Superwoman is a Mythâ. âThe NeatReceipts scanners have helped clients eliminate business card and receipt clutter. They were able to incorporate the information into their customer management and bookkeeping software. Without this tool the client lost potential profits.â states Ms. Marsh-Croll. She even offers a free eBook called âProfits, Productivity and Family Timeâ through her website http://www.crollorganizing.com.
Ms. Marsh-Crollâs over eighteen years experience as an employee and business owner is an asset she shares with her clients. Ms. Marsh-Croll is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Orange County Chamber of Commerce and District Leader of the Orange Evening Chapter of the National Womenâs In Network. To learn more about professional organizer Cynthia Marsh-Crollâs background or the services offered by Croll Organizing, LLC please visit http://www.crollorganizing.com.