Succeeding in today’s unprecedented environment means looking for ways to do things differently.
If you’re like most businesses, you’re looking at how you were doing things as the foundation to spring from. However, reinventing a new process may mean that you ditch the familiar way of doing things. It doesn’t need to be as scary or overwhelming as it seems.
We can help you take processes online fairly quickly and review what that looks like internally with your staff. Look around and you’ll see all kinds of resilient businesses making process changes to meet the demands of their customers, as well as the continually changing health and safety regulations.
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Don’t let a brand new process be stressful or limiting to the flexibility you and your staff need right now. The right online processes can streamline your business and remove countless headaches, almost immediately. Schedule a call with us today to discuss the challenges you’re facing. We can help.
Grocery Stores quickly determined the need for reserving hours to allow their at risk customers to shop.Plexiglass shields were installed to create a safe barrier between customers and cashiers, and store hours adjusted to give staff time to clean and restock shelves. Online ordering and front door pick-up are essentially contact-free, keeping everyone as safe as possible. We’ll continue to see grocery stores shift their processes as needs evolve.
Specialty & Retail Businesses
Specialty & Retail Businesses who provide essential products and services are figuring out how to offer curbside pick-up and delivery, including veterinarians who walk pets from vehicles into clinics, banks revitalizing their night-deposit boxes for customer transactions, and meat markets and wineries driving your purchases to your front door.
Restaurants were ordered to close to the public, but aren’t limited to takeout. They are doing car side delivery reminiscent of drive-ins, home deliveries of complete family-style meals, and pizza making kits that parents can prepare with their kids at home. Fine dining restaurants have figured out how to do multi-course meals and tasting plates within the new confines of no in-house seating. Popular culinary classes are continuing virtually to customers remaining at home by providing grocery lists ahead of time and online instruction.
Fitness Studios are offering virtual classes to keep their members engaged, connected to their community of friends, and working out from the confines of home. Who knew a couple short weeks ago that running a 5K in your home would be something to work toward or that you could take a meditation class with others from home via Zoom?