March 29, 2017 at 8:42 AM
If juggling internal emails, keeping up to date with all of your deadlines and delegating tasks to other employees is proving something of a hassle for you, Asana could be the perfect app for you. Asana is primarily a project management app, and it enables you to move all of your business operations together onto a central dashboard so that you can monitor and control them with ease.
If your business involves driving in any way, Tripit can really help to make accounting for those journeys run much more smoothly. This simple app monitor: miles, calculates costs and timings and pours all of this into easily understandable centralised reports.
The Flipboard app pulls together all of your essential news sites into one single display. Ideal for displaying local news, travel news and industry news together on one page for you to take in at a glance.
With the Invoice2Go app, you can generate professional looking invoices in an instant. The app will also remind you whenever you need to invoice a customer, so you will never lose track of the monies that you need to claim from your clients. Many freelancers find the process of asking for money personally somewhat difficult, but with this app, it does not need to be.
Pocket Analytics is an app that draws together several metrics for measuring business success, processes them all together and displays the results in a concise, easily readable report. That means that whenever you want to know how your business is doing financially, and in terms of progress with clients and projects, just tap on this app and you will be able to see a quick summary of your business's health.
Try out a few of these apps today
Apps take a few seconds to install and learning to use them is not difficult. Moreover, the great thing about an app is that you can weave it seamlessly into your current business infrastructure. Sample some of the apps listed above and see if they help to improve the productivity of your business.