Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) April 12, 2006
Opportunity Tracker was introduced by SageFire, Inc., a Colorado technology company, to assist small business owners to not only manage their business and taxes, but follow sales prospects. Subscribers input the name of the prospect or client entertained, simply add the email, and in ten clicks, ten seconds, create an automatic email to the prospect, and an automatic reminder from SageFire appears at follow-up time – next week, next month or next year. From then on, SageFire systematically tracks that prospect so they do not drop through the cracks.
More than twenty million Americans operate small businesses, and this number has been growing rapidly. Small Business is increasingly becoming the backbone of the American economy: Artists, contractors, Independent sales representatives, real estate agents, repairmen, customer service personnel, programmers, truck drivers, and couriers make up just a portion of this important group.
Opportunity Tracker’s uniqueness is embedded in the online bookkeeping system. Small business owners are very busy people, and anything that allows them to perform double tasks helps productivity. SageFire allows them to manage their business through a web based subscription to a simple and intuitive business organizer. The Track Auto Module allows tracking and recording of business mileage. They generate invoices, record other business expenses, and then on demand with one click, print a Schedule “C.” The “Guide Me” function defines which expenses are IRS deductibles. Customer service in the heartland of America, not India, is on hand to answer questions.
Corporate clients make SageFire technology available to their independent sales representatives as a retention and training tool, because it allows them to maximize the financial advantages of a home based business while following accepted sales processes.
Mr. John Fleming, Publisher and Editor in Chief of Direct Selling News, recently wrote in his March 2006 edition, “…small business owners can easily end up paying more taxes than they should.” “It is estimated that 99% of small business owners overpay the IRS, while an average subscriber could save upwards of $1500,” says CEO JP O’Brien. The tax savings alone might make the difference if someone decides to remain in their home based business. Now with Opportunity Tracker, O’Brien is betting that his subscribers will generate even more money to manage, and Keep More.