3 Mobile Apps for Small Business Success
Want to do more business? Get the right apps. Here are three mobile apps for small business you should install right now.
Whatever your trade, if your smartphone is your digital office, it fills up with jobsite pictures, invoices and estimates. Dropbox lets you store documents, pictures and other files in the cloud. Then you can access them wherever, whenever. You pay $12.50/month for 2 TB of storage and collaboration tools. Bump it to unlimited storage for $25 per month.
Miss a customer appointment or two and lost revenue isn't your only problem. Think word-of-mouth: Homeowners love to talk about great service — and share horror stories about no-show contractors. So get an app like Google Calendar. With support for iOS, Android and Windows, the app is great for scheduling service calls and following up on leads.
You're not a finance expert but to keep your small business running, you need to track expenses, send invoices and create reports. QuickBooks lets you track finances at a glance and helps you prepare for the tax man. It integrates with Google Calendar and other productivity apps, making it easier to get things done.
Reduce clutter, make better schedules and track your finances with these must-have mobile apps for small business.