There’s no doubt that email has become an absolute necessity when running a business. Looking back over the past year, how many new and current customers have contacted you via email? There are probably days when your phone barely rings, but your email inbox is full of stuff. Important stuff. The kind that keeps your business open. Like orders for your product.
Yet, many businesses struggle to stay ahead of spam, hacking, lost emails, and disorganized inboxes.
G Suite – Business email from Google
The really sweet part is that you can have a local person (me) managing your email, calendar, online storage, collaboration tools and other productivity apps. This means that you can call and talk to a human (me. except pre-morning-coffee when my humanity is in question).
Here are some advantages:
- you get an email address that ends with your website address. So instead of WidgetMaker@gmail.com, you will be Dan@WidgetMaker.com. This adds one more level of professionalism to your email address
- security. Google is fanatical about email security
- manage devices. Say one of your staff members leaves her cell phone at the coffee shop by accident and some creep nabs it. Arrgggh. It’s full of emails about your products, customer contact information, etc, etc. Yikes. With Google’s device management you can track the phone’s location, wipe the data or lock it. Peace of mind. Well, except for the fact that you need to buy a new phone.
- storage. You have plenty of storage for documents, photos, spreadsheets.
- And it’s available wherever you are. So those late nights when brilliant things are going on in your head, you can access your work documents to capture the gold.
How much does G Suite cost?
Usually $5 per user per month.
Ready to get started? Contact me.