When Iliya Rezvine first started his transportation business, he had to be comfortable living without a salary.
Iliya runs Northeast Metro Ambulance, a transportation company based in South Jersey. He’s been able to scale his company from just one car to a fleet of 40, and they’ve reached an operational efficiency that allows them to transport 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Like for many small business owners, the journey wasn’t easy.
For the first few years, Iliya told us, he had to pour a lot of money in to grow the business. “The owner doesn’t take home a lot. Sometimes it’s nothing.” Iliya is not alone— most small business owners rely on personal savings to get their business started.
When you’re starting a business on your own back, every cent counts. You need to tighten processes and be on the lookout to increase efficiency so that you can get more done with less. A large part of that depends on you picking the right software for your business.
Here’s the essential stack for saving you time and money, so you can focus on what you really want to be doing: building your business.