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Customer Service
29 Jan: The Importance of Customer Service

In every company, there are many departments working as one cohesive unit to make the business successful. Sales, Human Resources, Accounting, Support and management at different levels all have an integral part in the day to day operation. However, there is one branch of a business that is potentially the most important piece of this…

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22 Jan: The Perfect Way to Manage Your Business: Caterease Sales Dashboard

At Caterease Software, every tool we produce is developed with the end user in mind – providing the utmost in power and flexibility. And the incredible new Caterease Sales Dashboard is the latest cutting-edge example of this.   The Caterease Sales Dashboard can be accessed by an unlimited number of users through any browser, and…

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15 Jan: Unexpected Wedding Costs

Getting married should be a joyous occasion for all concerned. Unfortunately, budgeting for a wedding may bring unwanted stress. Weddings can be very expensive, and there may be costs associated with your wedding that you may not have anticipated. Here are a couple of items that you may not have thought of and tips to help ensure your special day remains budget friendly.

5 Steps to Grow Your New Catering Business
08 Jan: 5 Steps to Grow Your New Catering Business

Today is the day! You have your new restaurant; you have all your shiny kitchen equipment; and you are excited and ready to start making a living doing what you love. Now what? How do you build your brand? When do people start calling in? What kind of food should you make? Most importantly, how…

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01 Jan: Benefits of Business Texting

In a world where more and more professionals include their cell phone numbers on their business cards and email signatures, texting is fast becoming the preferred method of communication.

What Has Happened To Food in 2017
25 Dec: What Has Happened To Food in 2017

Throughout history, eating has always been seen as a social activity. Families gather around the table and share stories, while they enjoy a nicely prepared meal. With the growth of Social Media, what we eat has only become more public.