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What are the Best Small Business Apps for 2015?
by Admin on 01/05/2015 09:15 AM
Social Media Strategies
Social App Reviews
Over the last five years, both mobile phone and desktop
software applications have gone through major changes. Instead of being limited
to a few preinstalled applications, iOS and Android devices now offer access to
a seemingly endless selection of apps. And although it wasn't that long ago
when almost all desktop software was distributed by CD, a large percentage of
popular software options have now moved to cloud based apps that are accessible
from any device with an Internet connection.
Because there are so many apps on the market, one of the biggest
challenges people face is wading through all of the options to find the
programs they truly want. This is especially true for small business owners.
Not only do you want to avoid wasting time going on a long hunt, but you want
to ensure that any apps you choose to utilize will deliver real value to your
business. Since this is a frustrating
situation faced by countless people who run small businesses, we want to help
save you a headache. Instead of feeling that you're stuck blindly searching,
here are four small business apps with a proven track record of delivering
you're a one-person operation who subcontracts work or you have a dozen
full-time employees, Basecamp is a great way to keep everything your business
needs to run smoothly in a single location. Launched by 37signals back in 2004,
Basecamp has grown into one of the most popular project management solutions in
the world. Not only is it based in the cloud, but its intuitive design makes it
a delight to use.
Square If you need a
more convenient way to process payments, Square is the way to go. With a simple
dongle, this app transforms your iPhone into a mobile credit card processor.
Not only is it extremely convenient, but Square also offers a flexible fee
structure. You can decide whether it's best for your business to pay 2.75% per
swipe or a flat rate of $275 a month. The convenience and flexibility of Square
makes it an ideal fit for retail and service businesses of all sizes.
people use the same handful of passwords for all their accounts. While that
reality makes security experts cringe, the reason it's so common is because
it's very hard to remember a long list of unique passwords. Fortunately,
1Password makes it easy to have a unique and completely secure password for
every online account you have. And all you have to remember is one strong
master password. What's really nice is you can use it on both your computer and
Mint Although it's
far from being the only finance app for small business owners, what makes Mint
so worthwhile is its very well-designed interface. Thanks to the interface, you
can take advantage of some really powerful features without every feeling
bogged down. Once you start taking
advantage of all the functionality that these four apps can provide to your
business, you'll find that you're able to get more done in less time.
Tags: small business,social media apps,social media marketing,software,mint,1password,square,basecamp
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