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Five Apps Every Small Business Owner Needs
by Eimear McManus in Business
Trello is one of the easiest project management tools out there. It helps you and your team manage tasks and collaborate work projects in an easy and efficient way. Trello has a handy card function where users can add comments, add members and attach documents to any task assigned to them.
Quickbooks is a web-based accounting solution that helps freelancers and small business get their finances in order. It allows you to keep track of the day to day businesses transactions like expenses and invoicing. I have used Quickbooks for a year now and have found it super effective when it comes to managing money.
Expensify has made tracking payments/expenses so easy. Download the app to your phone and you can keep track of all receipts and payments with the touch of a button. The app allows you to scan your receipt with your camera and enters the data automatically saving you time and hassle from manual data entry.
Mail Chimp has provided small businesses owners and marketers with limited budgets access to an email marketing system that is very easy to use, cost effective and provides tonnes of learning resources to ensure their customers are getting the most out of their email marketing campaigns. They also have a Forever Free Plan that allows you to send up to 12,000 emails if you have fewer than 2,000 subscribers.
Most of us are used the seeing the dreaded mobile notification, “you don’t have enough memory” and therefore need a solution. Dropbox is the solution. Probably the most well-known online storage service and the fact that you can integrate Dropbox with over 100,000 third party apps, this service is a no-brainer in my opinion.
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