If you run a small business, one of your New Year’s resolutions was most likely a desire to become more organised. A way of doing this is to make use of the many apps available to you. Some of the apps listed below may help in achieving this goal:
This app that lets you collaborate, share and manage meetings in real time anywhere there is an internet connection. Minute lets you share minutes, to-do lists and other documents in the cloud and connects to Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Apps, Evernote and Dropbox.
Mailstrom is an lets you deal with bulk emails by deleting, archiving or moving them. It works with most email clients and lets you to set up rules such as moving emails to certain folders or unsubscribing from those you no longer want to receive.
This app offers online sharing, storage and file management functions. Hightail lets you send, receive and track files and the free version offers up to 2GB of storage.
This app makes taking notes incredibly easy. You load the app and start typing and you can attach photos, audio and tags. You can upload all the content to your account in the cloud so you can access it from any of your devices.
This popular accounting app features many of the tasks you would expect of an accounting platform, such as viewing and tracking transactions, creating invoices and recording payments. It’s also collaborative and allows you to share data with others such as your accountant.
Trello is a collaborative tool that organises your projects around boards so you can see at a glance what’s being worked on, who’s working on what and what the progress is. It’s available for all mobile devices and you can add people to tasks, track the progress of company tasks and attach files from Dropbox or Google Drive.