If your business relies heavily on spreadsheets (Excel, Google Sheets, Numbers, ...) to run, saasifying them may be a good idea, here are 6 reasons why you should consider it.
A figure from Alan Weiss' book 'Million Dollar Consulting' gives a great overview of what is a fix, what is innovation and why you should always have some kind of monitoring on what matters to you and your business.
One-tap quick glance at the daily commute schedule
At the moment, I am spending some time in Hong-Kong. As I use a pre-paid SIM card, one thing I face once in a while is to know that my mobile data allowance is expiring / has expired. Unfortunately, I realise it only when I can't connect anymore... it is infrequent
Be wary, if you have one person doing it all. You may not get what's best for you.
One tool for all or one tool for each job ? That's the choice between a bundled or separate stack. Choose wisely.
Some pages from your website, flow, ... may be an afterthought as they are not part of the core of your offering. Those "default" pages are also blank canvases that you can use to deliver a better user experience.
Backups are important. We know it, it is mentioned all the time. Here is a quick summary of what to consider for doing it effectively.
Any endeavour success will be decided by the execution to build the solution, but also by how well it is accepted by the various stakeholders. It is necessary to do whatever you can to get them to buy in what you propose.
Give up what's not working to focus on a better future.