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Keep control of your business

Tight control of a business isn't hard to achieve if you know everything about your business. Buy not many business owners know much about their business. How could they? Accountancy is the nearest discipline to achieving that, but it's expensive, and reports materialise at the most unhelpful times, and, often, once a year.

What you need is a system that can tell you almost anything about your business. A system that can report on nearly everything you need to know, and in a way that is live. A system that offers productive input to your business, can pay its way, and can truly be your right hand man. And coverage of your business should be complete, else there's not much point, and everything should be connected in a way that's natural.

We propose Business Administrator.

Chalestra, itself, is a successful SME and completely relies on Business Administrator to do business.

But what is Business Administrator?

Business Administrator is a powerful business management system that offers wall-to-wall coverage of your business. It offers management of customers and sales, supplier, product and stock management, through HR, finance and tax management, through project, budget and marketing, including CRM, as well as sophisticated contact management.

Business Administrator will offer you the most sophisticated and dedicated system you could wish for.

What does it cost?

You pay for Business Administrator through licences, which are purchased annually for £250 per annum. You'll typically need a license for each of one third of your staff count.

An alternative is the free version that comes with ads. But don't forget the free trial if you want to see for yourself what Business Administrator is.

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