As with every ringing in of the New Year, the time to set goals and organize is now. For many professionals this includes: better productivity for increased revenue, increased work load, and in many cases the most important, improved organization.
The choice can be overwhelming when deciding which will best accommodate your individual business needs with tons of organizational software on the market. Listed below are 3 of the highest rated organizational software to consider investing in for the New Year.
Anytime Organizer Deluxe - By combining your calendars, to-do lists, address book, and notebook into one simple interface, Anytime Organizer Deluxe allows you to organize both your personal and professional life. With the ability to sync to your mobile device, access password organizer, expense reports, and much more from the convenience of your phone. Their color code feature also allows you to organize different areas of your life –allowing you to view appointments, to-dos, and more either separately or at the same time. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive organizing software Anytime Organizer is a great option!
C Organizer Professional- This software includes everything that you need to plan your days effectively, remind you of important events and appointments, and maximize your productivity. With the built in calendar including an advanced notification system, you’ll be sure to never miss an appointment, meeting, or a birthday. All data can also be shared in real- time on a shared network, allowing ease of connectivity and collaborative potential. With additional features such as fully customizable and printable calendar templates.
MSD Organizer- This personal manager’s ability to organize your life lies in its extensive tools. In addition to the standard organizing tools, MSD Organizer also has budget templates, health records, and music or property organizers among others. Along with its organizing abilities, the in depth and comprehensive task manager allows you to set parameters, store information; including its completion status, and broken down into categories. Aside from both of these features MSD also utilizes an address book with more functionality than other organizers, not only providing contact info, picture, and category, but also providing the ability to attach text documents, histories, spreadsheets, and more. With its ability to back up all your documents to a cloud, you can be secure in keeping your personal and professional information safe as well.
Whether you’re looking to increase connectivity and organization as part of a team, or simply for your individual personal and professional goals, investing in tools such as organizational software this New Year could prove to be worth more than valuable in helping your business reach its next level.
AMG Corporate Offices introduces our Tenant of the Month: James Kutten from James Kutten Law Office.
o What is your profession and why did you choose it?
I am a solo practice lawyer specializing in federal tax controversy matters. I help individuals and organizations solve their tax problems.
For thirty-years I was a senior attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel Internal Revenue Service where I pretty much did it all for the IRS, as their lawyer. On a daily basis I advised revenue agents (auditor), revenue officers (collection), special agents (criminal investigation), and appeals officers (administrative appeal). I also litigated cases in the United States Tax Court, representing the IRS in court.
At the end of 2011 I retired as a counsel for the IRS. In late 2011 I had to decide, what do I want to do upon retirement? I have a unique skill set, knowing the IRS from the inside, as their lawyer. I decided I would help people solve their IRS problems. The next decision, should I work for a firm or myself. My wife said, you worked your entire life for someone else, why don’t you work for yourself. So, it was decided, I will work for myself.
The IRS can be a bully. I even the playing field. Have done a lot of good for clients, obtaining unbelievable settlements. But I do not have a magic wand.
o What might someone be surprised to know about you?
I co-teach Federal Tax Procedure at Washington University Law School.
o Do you have a hobby, play a sport, or have any special interests?
I enjoy outside activities, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and bicycle trail riding.
o What job would you be terrible at?
Everything and anything else.
o Where is the most interesting place you have visited?
Every trip is an adventure. I have enjoyed sailing in the British Virgin Islands and the Caribbean. Last summer I took a one-week white water rafting trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
o Do you have any advice based on your area of expertise?
Do not let the government push you around.
o If you could work anywhere in the world, where would you choose?
o What is your favorite restaurant from the St. Louis area?
I enjoy ethnic restaurants. I am not a meat and potatoes person.
o What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?
Travel to unique locations. One day a music festival in Cuba will be on my travel list.
o Who’s your go to band or artist when you can’t decide on something to listen to?
I always enjoy the Blues.