Year in Review – Our Top Posts of the Year

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As we wrap up 2013 and embark on an exciting new year, we wanted to reflect on some of the information we shared on the Wasp blog. Since January, we’ve written blog posts about everything from inventory tracking and asset management to the small business industry in general. Make sure you haven’t missed out on any helpful information by checking out our 5 most popular blog posts from 2013, and be on the lookout for more great content in 2014!

1. The Affordable Care Act and Timekeeping
A hot topic in 2013 was the Affordable Care Act. Employers need a full understanding of how the law impacts their business and plan for the law’s implementation. Part of that means knowing your employee status (part or full time) and tracking an employee’s number of hours worked. A timekeeping software solution is a small investment with a large return – it makes payroll execution easy, eliminates user error, and prevents penalties for Affordable Care Act non-compliance.

2. 10 Hidden Costs of Running a Small Business
Starting a business can be an exciting undertaking. However, when an entrepreneur underestimates the costs they’ll absorb, it’s a key contributor to failure. Knowing in advance some of the hidden costs that come with running a business will help beginning owners plan for and understand what it takes to be successful.

3. Package Tracking System Helps Higher Ed Make the Grade
Higher education campuses typically consist of several buildings and floors, making it easy for packages to end up lost or misplaced. With the general chaos surrounding 100s or 1000s of students and staff, how can you be sure that mail and packages are getting to the right place? We provide four reasons why an internal package tracking system will help higher education campuses manage incoming packages.

4. 4 Reasons Why Excel for Inventory Management Doesn’t Work
If your company is currently using Excel to manage inventory, it’s time to move to the next stage. Using Excel is relatively easy, convenient, and cost effective.  However, as your business grows, Excel’s limitations will restrict you from accurately tracking and managing your business’s inventory. Discover the time and money investment required to address these four limitations of Excel.

5. Why Should I Invest in Asset Management Software to Track Fixed Assets?
Are your fixed assets secured? IT asset management gives the ability to be immediately aware of asset location and status, providing control over fixed assets needed to run an organization more productively. We point out why manually tracking assets doesn’t work and why you need to invest in an asset management software to protect your valuable items.

 

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Brian Sutter

Brian Sutter

Director of Marketing at Wasp Barcode
Brian Sutter is the Director of Marketing at Wasp, responsible for the development and execution of the company’s marketing strategy. His role encompasses brand management, direct and channel marketing, public relations, advertising, and social media. He also writes and speaks on topics related to helping small business owners grow their business and improve operational efficiency.
Brian Sutter
Brian Sutter