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6 Apps to Manage Your Business on the Go - The Next Tech

6 Apps to Manage Your Business on the Go

Alycia Gordan
by Alycia Gordan — 2 weeks ago in Business Ideas 4 min. read
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The load of responsibilities rolling in with a business venture can be overwhelming. Regardless of the scale, the entrepreneur/leader must be active at all times. Thankfully, technology has made it quite effortless.

Time is precious and now you don’t have to waste it in scheduling meetings and crafting emails. Things have become pretty handy through smartphones. A good chunk of people across the world isadapting to smart technology.  It enables workers to stay in the loop even when they are not present in their office or workplace.

As per the Gallup Report, 43 percent of the employees work away from their team members every day. It is obvious to assume that there are drawbacks associated with remote working. For starters, there is a low connection with the team members. This might result in lower levels of motivation and devotion to work.

However, there are special apps designed only for business entities. By incorporating them into the work structure, leaders can optimize worker potentials. A digital approach can help the authorities to balance employee engagement, well-being, and strength-oriented development. Not only that, you can use these apps on the go to follow operations, ensure effective working, and conduct communication with the team.

Let’s scan through some of the best apps you can find in the market right now.

  1. Slack

Slack is a perfect room for the team. It tends to replace emails as a mode of communication. It offers a platform where you can set threads for particular departments or projects. There is an option to keep the conversations private or public.

You can also customize notifications. This means you will receive an alert on useful elements only.  The best part is, you do not need a tutorial to start with this app. You can also integrate messages and files from other apps like Dropbox, Google Docs, Asana, Trello, Twitter, and GitHub. The app makes it easy to drag and drop images or pictures.

This project management app is free for an unlimited number of users. According to its website, its customers range from two-person startups to Fortune 100 corporations. About 77 percent of Fortune 100 makes use of Slack.

But more advanced features, including app integration and endless searching, require a certain fee.

  1. Evernote Business

Evernote Business offers a cloud-based productivity solution. You can use Evernote for journaling, making to-do lists, saving contacts, important project ideas, and much more. Moreover, it gives you ease to share files and notes with the team members and manage the workflow for particular projects.

You can pin up pieces of information from the web so the members can spot them easily. You can also alter the information by embedding images, videos, tables, etc.  Over 200 million users have hopped onto the Evernote bandwagon since 2007.

Before leaping in, you must analyze the security element of this and every other app in the market. Check out the reviews and developer reputation in the market. Evernote, for example, uses Google Cloud for infrastructure. It provides secure data center security. Similarly, when you plan on downloading Hookt or AirG Chat, study the user feedback. Go through the overall AirG reviews and then install them.

  1. Quickbooks

Quickbooks offers a powerful accounting solution for your business. It gives you insight into your company’s overall financial well-being. Developed by Intuit, this app caters to small and medium-sized enterprises. It offers cloud-based solutions as well as on-premises service.

You can use it to track your sales and expenses. A review of financial statements allows you to have a peek into overall profitability status. You can calculate employee payments, maximize tax deductions, and track pending invoices. The dashboard doesn’t offer you another challenge; you can navigate it easily. Moreover, it displays information comprehensively. It can integrate with other accounts like Square, Paypal, and credit cards.

Quickbooks offers new users a trial period for one month. After that, they can choose to continue through either of the four price tiers. Users can also buy payroll with additional monthly charges. Additionally, you can use Quickbooks Online to access Quickbooks on your Android or iOS device.

  1. Basecamp

Basecamp is the project management app that is popular for its user-friendly interface. It is intuitive and streamlined perfectly.  With calendaring, to-do lists, and file sharing, it enables the team to stay on the same page.

Since 2004, Basecamp has been coming up with renewed ideas and solutions for project management. Users can create projects, track progress, and manage multiple tasks. The software works mainly on the web, but you can access it through apps compatible with a large number of mobile phones.

Are you willing to switch your current phone with a better, user-oriented model? You might find something in the Top 5 Trending Smartphones of 2018.

  1. Square

Square is a payment app. It is a good fix for businesses like retail outlets and beauty points. Their users have a small and portable card reader that links with a phone. Through this attachment, they receive fast payments.

There is also a point-of-sale system by the name Square Register. It keeps track of your sales and inventory. It has features that enable you to record tender, issue refunds, and apply valid discounts. You can also connect with barcode scanners and cash drawers. Keep in mind that Square Register works only for brick-and-mortar stores.

This app is compatible with Android and iOS devices.

  1. MailChimp

MailChimp holds a leading position in the email marketing category for a long time. It offers a full-service marketing platform with features like CRM module and website builder.

This application allows you to create and manage your mailing list. You can also personalize the email template and receive reports regarding your emails. Through this information, you can filter out the useless elements and make your emails more meaningful.

Final Thoughts

No matter what sort of challenges you are facing in your business, you can surely find an app to fix it. Just stick to the basics like proper market evaluation, the background of the app, and customer ratings. This will serve as a guide and will help you in making an informed decision.

We hope our list helped you find an app for managing your business effectively. If you know about any other app that deserves to be on our list, let us know!

Alycia Gordan
Alycia Gordan

Alycia Gordan is a freelance writer who loves to read and write articles on healthcaretechnology, fitness and lifestyle. She is a tech junkie and divides her time between travel and writing.

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