Prio is Built for the Remote Work Lifestyle

New worlds are scary, especially when it comes to work. How do you handle a global pandemic completely reshaping how we work and live, especially when where we work is now most often the same place as where we live?

It’s stressful, to say the least. And any extra stress isn’t something any of us needs to have right now. In order to genuinely succeed, you need resources and tools that enable you to do what you need to do at a high level.

That’s why one company is making it their mission to create these tools.

“As a remote team, we define success as connecting people worldwide to create seamless communication across all business relationships,” Derek Abram states. The CEO and Founder of Prio is an expert in business management, SAAS tools, and helping employees and employers acclimate to remote work for better production.

The Prio crew explains, “Prio is the result of managing a service company. Each feature the team built resulted from difficulty or lost profit due to a lack of organization, visibility or communication. We knew thousands of companies across the globe ran into the same issues, so we decided to make our tools available to the world. Since then, we have continued to solve customer issues by adding more and more options under one roof.”

Tailor Applications 

Though people have started feeling more comfortable with Face to Face interactions, it’s clear that remote and hybrid work aren’t going anywhere. That said, there are many tools and features that still need to be incorporated into the workflow. “We are working on features that will have the highest impact and provide the greatest ability to assimilate into users’ existing workflow,” Derek emphasizes. 

Your business should be able to choose applications that best align with the company’s goals. Prio’s remote team is continually expanding its systems and developing its platform to store the team’s applications for purchase worldwide. “It’s important that businesses have several options to customize and streamline processes,” Derek  explains. “Don’t pay for tools you don’t need that create clutter and confuse workers.”  

Team Time Tracking and Automatic Invoicing Embedded

The most important thing in any business is communication. Try planning the week, knowing the specific hours and timezones to schedule meetings and vacations. Choose a team tracking application that easily arranges time entries by category and is managed by project and client. “We build software that makes these tasks easier by offering free time tracking software, time clock calculator, and invoicing software,” Derek adds. 

Other tips include using analytics to review invoices. Workers can customize rates, schedule changes, and see weekly inline cost and income values. Establish invoices in advance for remote workers and clients so you can go in and make the appropriate adjustments and approve them. Give clients access to a branded analytics dashboard for quick and easy transactions. 

Upgrade Your Work Experience

Going remote doesn’t have to be a difficult task. Derek suggests using tools that maximize workflows, benefit, and elevate our human experience of work. “We take the design discipline very seriously,” Derek states. The tools you use should simplify your work not complicate it. Managing contracts and clients doesn’t have to be difficult. Using the right tools can help you grow your business.” 

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