LANSING – Technology can help small business owners leverage limited capital in smarter and more effective ways. In some cases, using technology is a natural progression for processes you may already have in place in your business. In others, you may need to make some adjustments to reap the benefits of these tech-friendly alternatives. The good news is that the benefits will often outweigh the short-lived challenges of the transitional process, once your new systems are in place.

These ideas will help you use technology in your small business to do more with less and become more efficient and versatile. Not tech-savvy? Don’t worry. Many of the ideas include links to articles that will help you get started, quickly and painlessly.

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