A start-up business has multiple trends to choose from when it comes to the smooth running of operations, and they don’t have to come at a huge expense. One of them can be the use of business apps, which are growing in importance for any startup business as they provide means of cost-effective and reliable communication with customers, investors, staff members and anyone else involved in the venture.
The seamless communication is powered by high internet speeds on 4G Wi-Fi networks and connections like CLEAR wireless internet.
If you’re a startup business owner looking for some useful apps, here are some that you may find useful:
It might be possible that you were pitching an idea through a presentation in your new business location to present staff members. When the office hours were over, you left for home, but forgot the flash which had the presentation in the office.
Workshare app would come in handy in this case. It allows you to upload files to the Workshare platform. The platform can be synced with any smartphone, allowing you and your staff members to access the files on the platform from any remote location. Users with access to the platform also get real time notifications whenever new comments are made or files are updated. Workshare works on iOS and Android.
DoubleDutch Events app provides an idle solution to start-up business owners who want their staff members, investors, and prospective customers to engage with the content created by the company. The app comes with top-notch security, and the app’s features also allow it to be used as an interactive social network.
There are several features such as offline mode, event registrations system integration, interactive maps and two-way schedule sync. The DoubleDutch events app is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
3. Google Calendar
Already, there are various web 2.0 calendar apps to choose from such as Planzo and CalendarHub, but Google Calendar stands out from the rest because it’s the easiest to setup and get started.
Startup business owners can make different calendars for multiple clients and projects, and there’s also an option to link the created calendars with public calendars, which helps to synchronize the owner with the activities for clients and customers. If you’re always on the go, you can take out your Android or iOS device to check the schedule, even via text messaging.
It’s very important for start-up businesses to be present on social media from Day 1. While you may decide to target social media through the web, there is HootSuite mobile app that you can use to manage Facebook and Twitter on the go.
This app will allow you to respond immediately when someone leaves a comment on Facebook or a Tweet on Twitter. You can also use the app to schedule status updates and tweets in advance from anywhere. The HootSuite app is available on Android and iOS.
There’s one thing on the mind of a start-up business owner; keep expenses low wherever possible. Well, CardCloud brings a business card for your smartphone, and the contacts you send the card to will have your business contact details stored automatically.
It’s not necessary for others to have CardCloud installed themselves. This business card app works both on iOS and Android platform.