Others have managed to remain open by reducing stock and staff, and offering products for sale online via hastily developed web sites and links. Still others have made the leap from brick and mortar to a full blown online presence. These basic steps, however, are only the beginning of the transformation process. Legacy procedures around stock management, supply chain controls, and logistics become as much of a hinderance as a help. The move requires a carefully constructed strategy coupled with a solid tactical migration plan. It further requires a revision to, if not replacement of, legacy technology systems. And very careful consideration of the number, and qualifications, of staff members going forward. Attempting to hammer nails with a screw driver comes to mind. Controlling cash and working capital becomes a basis for survival. Without a well conceived and architected plan, cash will dwindle and the business will fail.