16 episodes

Business process design is one of the most important aspects of scaling a business. However, it’s oftentimes overlooked by companies in the SMB space. This podcast sets out to accomplish two main things: We talk about all things process: CRM, workflow, automation, and efficiency. We chat with industry and automation experts regarding the ever-changing software landscape, and best practices you can leverage to grow your business. This is Analysis Paralysis, where we analyze so you don’t have to be paralyzed.

Analysis Paralysis Alex Bass

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Business process design is one of the most important aspects of scaling a business. However, it’s oftentimes overlooked by companies in the SMB space. This podcast sets out to accomplish two main things: We talk about all things process: CRM, workflow, automation, and efficiency. We chat with industry and automation experts regarding the ever-changing software landscape, and best practices you can leverage to grow your business. This is Analysis Paralysis, where we analyze so you don’t have to be paralyzed.

    015 - Coworking & Startups w/ Chirag Gupta

    015 - Coworking & Startups w/ Chirag Gupta

    Today I'm here with Chirag Gupta who runs a coworking space calls NoD Coworking. He developed the space to be an area that people could come together to network and pool their resources, stemming from a passion for helping others. Having always liked the idea of starting an accelerator/incubator, I had some questions around the business model and how difficult it is to get a space started and self-sustaining.

    • 42 min
    014 - The CRM Deep-Dive Mastermind

    014 - The CRM Deep-Dive Mastermind

    On this episode of Analysis Paralysis, I was invited to The Marketing Automation Discussion podcast for a CRM mastermind with host Alex Glenn, and CRM experts Scott Gellatly and Mark Colgan. We talk about all things pricing, strategy, automation, and how to set up your CRM for success.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    013 - Automate Your Business Using Zapier with Nathan Lee

    013 - Automate Your Business Using Zapier with Nathan Lee

    In today’s episode of Analysis Paralysis, I'm talking with Nathan Lee, not related to the prior episode guest, Jon Lee. Nathan is an up and coming podcaster that loves automation and is working on a new podcast series built around Zapier and automation.

    We discuss why Zapier is such a great tool for those looking to get into automation for their business. If you are unfamiliar with Zapier or looking to get more involved with automation, this is a great episode for you!

    • 32 min
    012 - Copper CEO Jon Lee

    012 - Copper CEO Jon Lee

    In today’s episode of Analysis Paralysis, I’ll be talking with Jon Lee, the Founder and CEO of Copper. Since it first launched back in 2013, Copper has been one of the fastest-growing customer relationship management systems on the market with over $87m in venture backing. They’re also now the #1 recommended CRM for G Suite.

    • 43 min
    011 - Airtable All The Things w/ Dan Fellars

    011 - Airtable All The Things w/ Dan Fellars

    Today I'm here with Dan Fellars from Openside and we're talking about all things Airtable. Airtable is user-friendly database software, think of Google Sheets and Excel, but with a bit more structured in that it can actually be used at a mass scale for business processes.

    In this episode, we talk about how you can leverage automation and the ever-evolving cloud software tools available to build custom solutions, all without the traditional development overhead.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    010 - Talking Copper (Formerly ProsperWorks CRM) w/ Brittany Perez

    010 - Talking Copper (Formerly ProsperWorks CRM) w/ Brittany Perez

    Wanting to run or work for a startup is a common goal nowadays. New companies are launched all the time, led by founders who hope to move quickly and grow fast. But as we all know, not all are successful. Why is this? Why do some succeed and others fail?

    Brittany Perez, who leads the account management team at Copper, is familiar with these questions. She left a comfortable position at a well-known company (Intuit) to work at Copper, and since joining the team, they’ve grown from 28 employees to hundreds, and have raised just under $100M in venture backing.

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

hetalpetal ,

Great overall podcast!

What's so great about Alex is how relatable and open he is to sharing his experiences. The good and the bad, you get to hear all of it. It's easy to get in your head and it becomes a hindering force that makes you doubt yourself and sometimes prevents you from moving forward. Alex talks about his own experiences dealing with this and no matter what industry you're in, I believe you'll find helpful takeaways.

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