Wasp executives can offer insights to help your small business readers survive – and thrive – in this tough economic climate. The company specializes in helping companies improve productivity and control costs – affordably.
New York, NY (Vocus) March 16, 2010
Wasp Barcode Technologies
Tom O’Shea, general manager
Grant Wickes, vice president of marketing
Tuesday, March 16
Wasp Business Technologies is offering briefings to the media during the Small Business Summit 2010, where the company is a sponsor and presenter. The conference focuses on providing businesses with a strategic edge and empowering entrepreneurs to transform uncertainty into opportunity.
Wasp executives can offer insights to help your small business readers survive – and thrive – in this tough economic climate. The company specializes in helping companies improve productivity and control costs – affordably. Your readers may benefit from topics that Wasp can address, including:
- While some small businesses with fewer than 20 employees are beginning to hire new workers, most companies remain cautious. What’s the answer? Deploy cost-effective technology that saves time for existing employees, who can then focus on higher-value tasks. What if the office manager no longer must tabulate timesheets manually, or workers don’t have to waste time searching for inventory?
- If ever a company cannot absorb employee theft, it’s now. Accountability is key, and small businesses are installing solutions for asset tracking, inventory management, and time and attendance. Best of all, the technology investments in these solutions can be paid back in a matter of months – or even weeks.
- Small businesses need simple strategies they can implement today. Wasp executives can offer practical, proven, first-hand advice for trend stories you are developing.