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Mobile Apps to Benefit Your Business
Blog / For Sales Pros / Sep 3, 2020 / Posted by Sales POP Guest Post / 238 

Mobile Apps to Benefit Your Business

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Businesses are more technical than ever before. In fact, nearly every business benefits from technology in some way. Not only that, but a large majority of small businesses say that the technology they use increases the success of their company. There are a multitude of different tools and technology that can be used to benefit your business today.

One particular technology that is especially beneficial to modern businesses is the mobile app.  There are millions and millions of different mobile apps on the market today. While many of them are hobbies and games, many others can actually help your business thrive. But what types of apps should your business consider using? Here are some ideas to get you started.

Apps that Replace Outdated Processes or Equipment

One of the best reasons to use mobile apps is to replace outdated equipment or processes in the workplace. The specific apps will differ, depending on your business and your needs. For example, you could switch to the cloud for storage, instead of using large and costly physical servers. Or, you could go from printing documents to sign to using an app that allows you to sign forms digitally. You could also switch to using a free mobile fax app for Android instead of a traditional fax machine. Some companies have even done away with in-person meetings and are instead switching to more economical Skype or Zoom meetings online.

These apps can not only make your company more efficient, but they can also often save you a lot of money as well. Many mobile apps are also helpful space savers in the office, as you can finally get rid of some of those massive filing cabinets and the bulky fax machine.

Communication and Collaboration Apps

Another type of app your company could benefit from is one that allows for easy communication and collaboration between your team members. Examples of this kind of technology include Slack, Asana, or Trello. These provide a virtual hub wherein your company can operate. They will let team members send messages, collaborate on work, leave notes, share files, hold meetings and more.

Many of these apps are also completely free to use, or may have a small fee if you need it for a large number of users. These apps are also incredible for companies who rely on freelancers or contractors from around the world. They can help give an “office-like” experience, even if people are thousands of miles away. No matter where in the world your team is located, these apps can provide employees an easy way to collaborate and communicate with each other efficiently.

Finance and Accounting Apps

Handling your finances as a small business is one of the most important parts of being successful. You need to make sure you always know your costs and be aware of how much you have coming in. This not only helps ensure you are profitable, but also gets you prepared for tax time.

While many companies try to handle the financial side of their business manually, dealing with a multitude of physical invoices, statements and receipts is often a recipe for disaster. Papers can get lost or destroyed, or you may accidentally enter incorrect numbers in your spreadsheets. A mobile app will reduce errors and keep everything together in one digital hub. Statements, invoices, receipts and other documents are kept safe and sound online. Everything is kept organized in one location that is easy to reach, and easy to search through. Financing and accounting apps make it easy to manage and organize all areas of your accounting, and keep everything as simple and streamlined as possible.

In conclusion, there are many types of mobile apps that can certainly help take your company to the next level. But every day, there are more entering the market. Be sure to do some research and discover what apps may be out there that can benefit your business and its specific needs.

 

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