On this episode, we talk about our experiences with supply chain issues during the pandemic.
On this episode, we share real stories about why employee supremacy is the only way to be an employee-centered company.
In this episode, we discuss long-term approaches to establishing a hybrid work policy.
On this episode we’re talking about why it’s important for companies to be clear on their values.
In the world of traditional marketing, finding opportunities to be bold and create humanized connections can set you apart from your rivals. Learn more about The Receptionist at https://hubs.ly/H0-HP680
Being innovative can feel like a challenging task and something that only certain people can be. But guess what? Innovation is everybody’s business. Learn more about The Receptionist at https://hubs.ly/H0-HP680
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On the podcast, we’re talking about the state of marketing in 2021: the strategies we invest in and some considerations you’ll want to make.
When we learned about Simon Sinek’s concepts about business and leadership being an infinite game, we realized the synergy with how we operate.
At The Receptionist, we use standups over slack and zoom (and eventually in person) to enhance communication and connection within the team.
Many founders wonder “When are you no longer a startup?” Our Founder discusses this idea on the podcast.
The Vision Traction Organizer (VTO) is a tool our team has used for several years that has transformed our business. Here’s how.
On the podcast, we chat about our enterprise sales growth in 2020: what changed, what we learned, and where we’re going.
Having a growth team allows you to make the time to focus on a critical area of your business: growth. We talk about what, why, and how on the podcast.
Pivoting our marketing plans was necessary as COVID-19 emerged. Learn how we continued to move forward and how we adjusted our marketing efforts.
When it comes to adjusting to meet customer needs, we take an approach that’s collaborative with our customers and within our team.
Employee benefits and perks are important, but ideally they’re aligned with your company culture and values and enhance an employee’s experience.
Our newest hires share how to nail your job hunt and give insight into the hiring process at The Receptionist.
When it comes to customer requests, is the customer always right? We chat on the podcast about our approach.
Measuring customer happiness is important for businesses- here’s how we do that in a meaningful way.
Nick Bradley from The Fielding Group shares about helping businesses scale and the importance of company culture.
When you’re a business you want to create content that connects and write like your customers talk.
When your sales and marketing teams work together toward the same goals, growth is exponential. Here’s how we do it.
As a bootstrapped startup, predictable revenue is our goal. Our president, Andy Alsop, shares what predictable revenue is and where we are on the journey.
At The Receptionist, we approach sales a bit differently; no sales pitches, but rather genuine conversations with people.
Roles at a startup often change and evolve. We talk about how our Inside Sales Rep’s role has changed at The Receptionist.
Startups can benefit from a CFO but may not be able to afford one; a Fractional CFO Firm may be what you need.
If you wanted to know what marketing is like at a bootstrapped tech startup, this podcast is for you.
Bootstrapping it as your company grows can allow you to maintain the culture and goals that are important to you and your business.
Customer support is often a business’s focus, but good customer service isn’t enough. We introduce radical customer service and how to achieve it.
Are budget leaks slamming your bottom line? Are you spending money on things you aren’t sure are valuable? No one likes to waste money, especially in business, where it can mean the difference between Christmas bonuses and Christmas layoffs. Here…
Have you ever walked into an office and gotten a bad first impression? We have, and that can have a damaging effect for a company. First impressions count. I’m not just talking about whether your shirt is clean or you’ve…
It’s that time again! We’ve added new features to the iPad Receptionist and are ready for you to update your app in the app store. Here’s what you’ll find in the latest version: NDA Upload and Display You’ll now…
Need to easily identify who’s visiting your office? Custom visitor badge printing is now available for The iPad Receptionist! From the visitor name to who their visiting, along with date and time, you can fully customize your badges complete with your…
The countdown continues! SXSW Interactive Conference begins in just 8 days! Our office is busy preparing for the week and couldn’t be more excited to meet our current (and future!) iPad Receptionist users. The Interactive Festival begins on the 7th…
Yes, you read that right – We’re headed to Austin for the 21st Annual SXSW Interactive Festival! While one of our team members has been a regular attendee, it will be the first year for the rest of the team,…
As “business in a box” iPad kiosk solutions rapidly change the way businesses operate, ArmorActive leads the movement with TextUs.Biz to provide the “Receptionist in a Box.” This combined solution offers all the components necessary to “staff” a front desk,…
BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 23, 2013 — In this post-recession economy companies are forced to maximize value from their full-time employees. One position that is increasingly difficult to justify is the receptionist. Many companies simply cannot afford one and others simply…