Change is scary. Whether it is a change in our personal lives, in society, or at work, and yes, even if it is QuickBooks. Changing software can be intimidating to some, if not most, of us, especially when an older software has been in place for some time.
Today is a heavy day. George H.W. Bush passed on November 30th, and today is a national day of mourning. I was in early elementary school when #41 was the President, and respect for the leadership he provided…
QuickBooks is invoice-focused much of the time. You can create statements, but receiving payments through Intuit Payments is invoice-based. If you send 5 $10 invoices, the payment option defaults to paying them one at a time.
I once went into a small grocery store. Upon entering I heard a noise, like a high-pitched electronic squeak. It was loud but no one else seemed to hear it. I could hear it throughout the store. It was unwavering and aggravating. The longer I shopped the more annoyed and frustrated I became. I tried to rush and get what I needed to get out of there as quickly as possible! Upon checking out, the noise was so intense I had to cover my ears. I mentioned it to the cashier in desperation.
Sight is so diverse in how it relates to your store! There are many things to consider in this category. Textures fit not only in touch but also in sight, (see above.) Not only the simplicity of how an item is displayed, whether is it shelved or hanging, but where it is displayed is crucial as well. Products at eye level are normally more popular, as they are easier to see. Also grouping different items together help to push secondary items that are normally forgotten. I think of Nelly in her dry goods store.