A successful business mobile app is one that is easy to use and navigate whilst allowing a business to complete tasks in a more effective way.
The right apps can save business owners time, effort, and money. There are literally thousands of apps on the IOS and Android stores that are specifically designed for this purpose, with an almost equal mix of success and failure.
We have filtered this down to three that could instantly make an impact to your day-to-day business life.
Whether you are self-employed or part of a limited company, monitoring and recording expenses is essential to ensure that you pay the right tax at the end of each financial year.
Expensify is a comprehensive expense report-generating app. It syncs up with your credit cards and bank accounts to log expenses, can scan paper receipts via phone camera, and creates reports and analytics.
Expensify allows you to do this, meaning that you can avoid the time and effort of keeping track of expenses, and receipts.
Although it is a social media tool, LinkedIn is also the equivalent of an online rolodex of the business world that you can use to keep track of all of your contacts and the people you meet. In fact, rather than trading business cards at a networking meeting, you could add them on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn enables you to keep track of all of your contacts in one place, and stay in touch with them, and keep an eye on any changes in their status.
Admin is an unavoidable part of business, and invoicing is vital to ensure you get paid what you are owed in a timely manner.
Invoice2go lets you provide bills, credit memos, purchase orders, and estimates to clients as you complete the job. It then allows collection through PayPal and access to a reporting suite.
The problem it solves is being able to generate invoices in a quick and timely fashion without creating additional paperwork.
If you have a business problem you think an app could fix, or just questions about what apps can do, why not give us a call.
Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.