Xero’s accounting app helps with taking care of bills and expenses, paying your employees and managing your purchase orders. Your data is saved in the cloud, so you can access it from your phone, tablet or laptop; that also means that if any of your devices are ever lost or stolen, you won’t lose any of your information. Xero’s accounting app helps busy business owners handle expenses quickly and easily, even letting them see their cash flow in real time. Users call it a life-saving accounting app and love that it’s easy to use. Xero offers its app for small businesses free for the first 30 days.
Huawei has been aware of the possibility of hostile action from the US government for years, and its consumer division boss Richard Yu recently disclosed that it’s developed its own alternatives to Android and Windows. On the mobile front, that could be a fork of the AOSP flavor of Android or an entirely new operating system, built up from scratch. In both cases, Huawei would have a mighty struggle to convince any app developers to build apps for its separate platform. If Amazon, with all its clout and influence, couldn’t do it for the Amazon Appstore on Android, Huawei stands even less of a chance. Rational app developers are hardly going to flock to a new platform that’s born of adversity and thrust into a maelstrom of political conflict.
With each card you create on the board, you can set due dates, create to-do checklists, reminders, notes, upload files and more. Trello improves overall business management by providing an easy way to follow up with various projects and tasks. Then you can easily add comments on specific details and attachments in addition to adding comments to each card on the board.
Although the above plans are broadly comparable, there are still big differences in important areas such as email storage, file storage and archiving to consider; so coming up with an answer to the ‘which is cheaper, G Suite vs Office 365’ question is probably best answered by taking a more in-depth look at the features of each product and seeing how well they fulfil your business needs.
Mobile apps today are much like websites were 15 years ago, and like 15 years ago when websites were cost-prohibitive to small- and medium-size businesses, mobile apps seem to have that stigma today. That is no longer the case. Do it yourself mobile app platforms now level the playing field, and smaller enterprises can now have all of the features of a Fortune 500 company's mobile strategy at a fraction of the price.
Mint.com makes it easier to tracking all of your spending habits in a single dashboard. The Mint.com app tells you where you have been spending and how you can save money. Mint.com also creates a customized budget based on your actual spending. You can use the Mint app and website to track your bank, credit, loans, mortgages and retirement budgets.
Vault gives users "an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution for managing information critical to your business and preserving important data", with Google stating that it can "reduce the costs of litigation, regulatory investigation and compliance actions" by saving and managing Gmail messages and chat logs with the ability to search and manage data based on filters, such as terms, dates, senders, recipients, and labels.
Even the tiniest businesses can accept credit cards thanks to Square. Once you download the free app, you can sign up to receive a credit card reader dongle (for free) in the mail. Once the dongle arrives, you can plug it directly into your Android device, and voila, you have a portable POS system at your disposal. While there are similar apps out there, Square is our favorite because it's easy to use and the flat-rate pricing (regardless of card type and whether you run a card as credit or debit) is ideal for small businesses.
Dropbox keeps all your business files (like documents and images) safe, synced, and easy to share. It’s an excellent organizational and collaborative tool for teams. It only downloads files when you need to access them, so it won’t eat up all your storage. More than 500 million businesses use Dropbox to store and share files for their business. This includes the more than 150,000 businesses, like Pinterest, Intuit, and Hyatt Hotels, that use their paid service.
The Kanban board is conveniently separated into columns which can be customized to fit your workflow processes. The board allows you to easily see at a glance a comprehensive overview of all current work tasks and projects. Additionally, you can collaborate in real-time, stay updated with the mobile web app, track the time spent on tasks and projects, and access advanced analytics and reporting.
Power users and big organisations are likely to find the e-Discovery features that the 'Business' and 'Enterprise' plans come with a key feature: these lets you archive all communications in your organisation according to rules you define. This functionality is useful if for legal reasons you need to store an extensive communications history, and dig up old emails sent to or from your team.
With Square Invoices, you can create and send invoices directly from your mobile device, as well as track the status of invoices. There are many benefits that come with mobile invoicing. Customers can pay securely online with a credit or debit card, and you can record the transaction even if they pay with cash or a cheque. Invoices are always free to send — pay only 2.5% for each invoice paid online. You can access this free invoice app by selecting Invoices in the main menu of your Square Point of Sale app.
Avoid unnecessary trips to the post office with the Weengs app. The company’s couriers come to your door to pick up what you need to send out to your customers. Weengs will pick up your items, package them in perfectly tailored boxes that help cut down on the extra dimensions that affect delivery costs, and then use their algorithms to find the best-priced shipping method.
Most stats show that the average time spent on mobile devices is rapidly increasing worldwide, year by year. As per the latest available data, an average user spends at least two or more hours on their mobile devices. And, in most of the cases, it is the mobile apps that consume the maximum time of the users. Hence, this can prove to be a great way of increasing the visibility of your business.
You can use PicMonkey, a photo editing app, for things like designing cards, working on website images or quickly cropping photos for social media imagery (Pinterest, Instagram, etc). The tools are intuitive and simple to use, so you don’t need a graphic design background to edit photos. Users say the app’s features make it really simple to edit a picture quickly and make it look professional, and they get amazing results.
If as a business owner you have decided to build a mobile app for your business, then next you have to figure out the reason behind building the app or in other words type of app. This is where your product managers should step forward. To build a successful mobile application, a robust app strategy is required so that the business can identify the purpose of the application and how it can help their users as well as their business growth.
With Deputy, you can build an employee schedule in seconds, track your team’s hours and manage your labour costs in real time. The app also allows managers to message employees, employees to chat with coworkers in real time or leave messaging threads to be read and commented on later, where they can request time off or trade shifts. Geolocation ensures employees are where they need to be when they need to be there. It’s also convenient for employees, since it gives them better access to schedules, shift trades, shift covers, time off requests and availability.