Identify the essence of communication in your small business.

Organizational Communication for Small Businesses

Are your employees working towards a common goal? Are they all clear about what that goal is? Communication within a small business is crucial if you want to succeed. How that communication is dispersed and then circulated amongst employees needs to be clear, as well as consistent. In order to ensure goals, objectives, and challenges are all communicated properly, it's important that the sharing of information within your small business is formalized.

  • Vertical Communication

The flow of communication between managerial and non-managerial staff should be both welcomed and encouraged. Set up how and when to share your small business policy updates, performance reviews, or new projects are shared in order to ensure they are received by all the necessary personnel.

  • Horizontal Communication

Build stronger teams by establishing business processes that will empower each department to control internal communication. Create a business system that will equip employees to coordinate with colleagues effectively on projects and stay up to date with unit's status. 

  • Cross Channel Communication

Streamline the dialogue between your departments.

Automate your workflows to streamline your small business.

Your small business' administrative systems are the core of your operations. Establish efficiency, accountability, responsibility, and consistency in your organization. Streamlining the tasks and business processes required for the smooth operation of your small business has a dramatic effect on production. Allow Tuxedo Impressions LLC to create digital workflows that are customized for your organization.

  • Operations Management

Increase your production capacity, skillfully manage the relations involved in those processes, and establish policies and create customized procedures that fit the culture of your organization.

  • Cloud Applications for Small Businesses

Implement modern cloud applications that integrate with other applications for specific workflows that will support your small business SOPs.

Anticipate demand and satisfy your customers.

Inventory Management for Small Businesses

The key to having what your customers want, when they want it, and at the price they want is the implementation of a proper inventory management system. If you find your shelves are constantly understocked or that they are overstocked with products that are in less demand, allow Tuxedo Impressions LLC to establish an appropriate inventory management system for your small business.

  • Small Business Inventory Management System

In order to determine the best inventory management software for your small business, we will assess the strengths and weaknesses of your current inventory management system, import all active stock keeping units (SKUs), execute a count of all current inventory, and formalize a business system that will give you a fresh start and allow your team to be in control of your goods.

  • Order Fulfillment

Fulfilling customer orders on time, every time keeps them coming back. With quality control and product handling as our top priorities, we can help you put in place an organized workflow that will ensure that the manner in which your small business receives, processes, and delivers customer orders keeps your business competitive and your customers happy.

Structure deeper relationships for valuable customers.

Customer Relationship Management for Small Businesses

The better the relationship you have with your customers the more adept you become at meeting their needs. Managing this relationship is important to the growth of your small business. A structured small business customer relationship management system helps to improve distribution and enable collaboration. Allow Tuxedo Impressions LLC to formalize a customer relationship management system and process for your small business. 

  • Customer Experience

Increase customer performance by keeping your employees focused on your customer with a real-time and continuous view of your relationship. 

  • Data & Information

Create policies for the acquisition of customer data and put business processes in place on how to interpret the information for small business growth. Organize that information to measure inventory or new product development.

  • Technology for Small Businesses

Use modern innovative technology to integrate your customers' various touchpoints with your small business.