Workflow + WordPress Support
for Service Providers and Small Businesses
Hey there, friend! I’m Marjy, BizOps and WordPress Consultant. I help service providers and SaaS startups turn chaos into calm by simplifying and improving the buying and selling experience + organizing back office workflows.
For over 10 years, I’ve worked behind the scenes providing admin and customer support for small businesses, Fortune 500s, and tech startups. My background has taught me how to keep things organized and running smoothly while the bosses work on their business.
Coming from a customer-focused background, you can trust that I’m able to understand how to serve customers/clients and know what keeps them coming back. And as a self-taught developer + techie, I mix all of that experience with the right tools to create a positive + consistent workflow from beginning to end.
I’m lucky to collab and work with teams who want to simplify their frontend (brand, website) and backend (business operations) so they can focus on their strengths. And, if there’s an extra service you need, I’ll do what I do best behind the scenes + get in touch with some of the dopest designers, copywriters, and marketing folks in Atlanta to get the job done.
My goal is to make it easy for your ideal folks to buy from you, simplify your business operations so there’s less work + stress, and remind you to stick to the master plan.
When you’re ready to get started, lets talk about how I can help you reach your goals!
For you, if you want to keep your website safe and secure, have a client-focused website that’s easy to navigate, and easy for ideal clients to book/buy/signup.
Helping you save time and money by simplifying your workflow + documenting and automating processes, so you can look professional and stay organized.
Want to know more?
I’m mostly known for sharing resources to fellow techies and hustlers. And was featured in Black Women in Tech to Follow on Twitter list (2017 and 2018).
When I’m not at Starbucks
procrastinating working, I’m usually volunteering for non-profits like 48in48.org, learning from biz and tech experts, trying to catch up on Stranger Things or head-nodding to one of my fave playlists on Spotify.