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The Best Small Business Apps

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Home based business owners are some of the hardest working people in the country. With tasks ranging from admin, to sales, to marketing, and everything in between, time is a precious commodity. Being able to work fluidly from laptop to tablet to smartphone is crucial in 2016 and beyond. As a result, there are some great small business apps that you should look at to improve your work flow. These small business apps do a range of tasks that will help maximize productivity and ultimately, increase profit and time.

Small Business Apps: FreshBooks

One of the most well-known, and highly used accounting apps is Freshbooks. Most small business owners are highly tuned into their financial picture as it is literally what puts food on the table. FreshBooks is intuitive, easy to use and has an immense list of features. At the core, the small business app helps you to track invoices, view payments, and gives you a detailed look at your financial situation. With apps for both iOS and Android devices, any small business will find significant value in this one app.

Small Business Apps: Trello

Both project and time management are crucial to success as a small business. One of the best tools for both is Trello. This small business app offers you the ability to manage projects, set schedules and view status updates from team members in a simple dashboard. You can send notes, leave comments, see the progress someone has made, set schedules, reminders and much more. The app is essentially an office manager that you can set up and start in a matter of minutes. Best of all, the app is entirely free with optional premium features. Once you’ve downloaded the app, immediately scratch off ‘get small business insurance’ from the to-do list and contact us!

Small Business Apps: Evernote

Inspiration, ideas and notes to self can come at any time. More often than not, we jot those quick notes down on a piece of paper that we either lose, gets crumpled up in a pocket or just forget about. Those ideas can be the foundation of something that could improve your business. This is where Evernote is perfect. This app allows you to create notes, drawings, take photos or save text easily. You can also share the notes with colleagues, access it anywhere and easily search through it. It’s like having a personal assistant there to take notes at all times. We’ll even suggest your first note: Does my insurance policy cover my home based business?

Small Business Apps: EchoSign

Gone are the days where you need to fax contracts to clients or worse still, sign them in person. With just your smartphone you’re able to sign contracts digitally that are legally binding. EchoSign (an Adobe product) is one of the best small business apps. It enables you to open PDF documents, easily review them, make changes, sign, add dates, initials and more. The app comes with a unique security feature that confirms who you are, so no one else could sign on your behalf. That said, while the app comes with a few free credits, after you use them you will need to pay for additional signings.

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