What’s Possible With Box Theory™ All-In-One Software for Creating Better Business Systems?
What customers say…
David Brydson – Best Fit Solutios
“I have been searching for software that could be used to map out business processes in a logical way for many years. Then I found Box Theory Gold. I knew from the moment I saw it that that Box Theory Gold was exactly the kind software I was looking for. It is simple enough for anyone to use, yet flexible enough to handle almost any type of business process mapping. So again: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!”
Randy Pennington, “Results Rule!”
“Processes create habits, and habits drive the culture. The creation and continuous refinement of work processes is a mandatory practice in the Results Rule! organization, regardless of the industry“
“I’ve spent 14 years at great cost to bring the powerful business-improvement principles used by large companies to the world of small-business. I am very proud of Box Theory™ Software and know that it can help you create a remarkable business! I invite you to give it a try and put me to the test.”
Email me, Ron Carroll, BoxTheryGold@gmail.com
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Create smooth-running business systems and processes that enable ordinary people to get extraordinary results!
Process Flowchart Tool: Visualization of more complex systems and processes make them easier to design, understand, implement, and improve.
Describe your more complex business processes with a Flowchart for better clarity and understanding. This is often the best solution when you perform the steps of the process in a precise order and when processes have decision points with alternate paths.
- The Flowchart Tool includes step-boxes, decision nodes, text boxes for annotations and descriptive information, and arrow-lines with optional text.
- Choose a layout of landscape or portrait. Zoom in and out. Show or hide the background grid.
- Print the flowchart as part of the System Document.
System Checklist Tool: For many systems, a simple checklist with insure employee quality and consistency.
Produce a Checklist when there is no specific order in which the tasks need to be performed, or if you have a simple procedure with only one path and no decisions. A good Checklist is all that is needed for many business processes to avoid mistakes and rework.
- Create a standard checklist that includes any descriptive information or guidelines for the person carrying out the task.
- Give the checklist a custom name.
- Add special instructions at the bottom of the checklist.
- Print a checklist that includes subsystem checklists.