These Five Mobile Apps can Dramatically Improve Business Productivity

These Five Mobile Apps can Dramatically Improve Business Productivity

Published on: 18-11-2014 | by Misty in mobile forms, paperless, electronic forms, The Small Business App, smart forms, property management software

Time is of the essence for businesses, and entrepreneurs are always on the lookout for ways to improve productivity. Fortunately, there are a wide range of apps designed to boost the efficiency of businesses of all sizes.

Whether you are the owner of a thriving company or a humble startup, you can easily find solutions your venture can use – from property management software to apps that convert organizational documents into mobile forms.

Below, we take a look at five mobile apps that can improve the productivity of your business.

This app compiles all the tasks of your team so everyone stays in the loop. It keeps the projects structured and transparent, making it the perfect replacement for e-mails and one-on-one meetings. Asana can make your business efficient at setting priorities and assigning employees their respective tasks.

This popular software is a favourite of small and medium-sized enterprises because of its many advantages. Organizations across the world now use Dropbox as an alternative to traditional and less efficient file storage. It helps colleagues collaborate by allowing them to synchronize all types of files across all platforms so they can be accessed anywhere and anytime.

After several updates, Evernote has become the most practical multi-platform note-taking app across an extensive range of platforms. It allows you to enter notes, take photos, schedule appointments and access files on a smartphone or tablet. Its text identification capability enables it to recognize text whether it is index-printed or handwritten. You can also pay $10 a month to gain access to a more expansive storage space and more features for improved employee collaboration.

Listed as one of the top 10 NY Times Apps in 2012, this virtual assistant app for Android, iOS, and Windows became the perfect tool for productivity in 2013. Aside from its impressive range of features, it allows users to schedule meetings with the use of their voice and receive automatic updates on the stock exchange and other financial information. This is a must-have for organizations where employees are always on the go.

By using this app, colleagues can collaborate more effectively regardless of their location, and obtain real-time information regarding work documents. Workshare can synchronize a wide range of files between mobile devices and the app platform. This arrangement is beneficial for businesses that deal with sensitive information on a daily basis.

Why Going Paperless Works

Using tablets and smartphones to streamline processes is indeed one of the best ways for your business to save time and improve productivity. Aside from the apps above, there are other solutions you should look into. The company behind Formitize, the renowned app that has seamlessly streamlined and revolutionized entrepreneurial ventures, has launched The Small Business App for efficient business management.

Formitize’s smart forms make paperwork irrelevant as users can now create, edit, and update paperless files instantly wherever they are.

Formitize CEO Matt Burge says, “Going paperless has never been this good! The security that Formitize offers is top notch as managers can assign various levels of access to many users, thus, maintaining the safety of the electronic forms without any hassle or much effort.”

Discover how The Small Business App can change the way you do business. Take the tour today!

Our guest blogger for this week is Aiden Rotton. Aiden is a professional wordsmith and occasional lecturer in Business and Technical Writing. She enjoys exploring business-related subjects, yet she can also cogently discuss other writing themes assigned to her. On a fine weather, she joins some friends on a bike trip around the city. Follow her on G+.

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