Having a mobile strategy to increase your business’ profits is not only wise, but necessary. Keeping ahead of the technology curve and utilizing mobile devices and their applications is how today’s most successful businesses are continuing to grow.
As a business owner, you have likely seen the insurgence of the mobile device in business communications and transactions. Having the proper apps on your mobile device will help to make your business more profitable in 2013.
Here are 5 mobile apps to increase your business’ profit margin:
The Evernote Business app is the perfect tool for business partners who wish to be able to to store all of their company’s documents, notes and projects in one place. It allows multiple company members access to the company’s work at any time, with an easy to use search function.
Relationships and communication are key when it comes to growing your business and seeing your profits rise. The LinkedIn app allows its users to network, maintain a calendar and keep a list of contact information. It’s a perfect tool when setting up business meetings, meeting new clients or connecting with industry professionals.
InDinero is essentially a financial tracking app that collects data from multiple sources and compiles them in this cloud-based app. It can track the financial data from multiple company members, credit cards and bank accounts, and compile a financial overview of your company.
Using this financial app as part of your mobile strategy will help keep finances in check and let you see which areas might need to be changed within the business.
There are still times when a fax must be sent, but you may not have access to a physical fax machine. The eFax app allows users to fax any document directly from a mobile device, eliminating the need to track down a fax machine. eFax ensures that you won’t have to worry about missing a deadline to turn in a contract or complete a transaction; you can now fax from anywhere via your mobile device.
The USB Disk app essentially turns your mobile device into a USB flash drive port. If you are ever in a business situation and need to receive a document from a client via usb, this app will allow you to do so right into your smartphone or tablet.