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Hot apps: Making your business smarter

Tiffany Loh
Smarter Writer

Tiffany Loh is the Smarter Business™ & News and Digital Editor, with varied writing experience always looking for a unique story

Tiffany Loh
Smarter Writer

Tiffany Loh is the Smarter Business™ & News and Digital Editor, with varied writing experience always looking for a unique story

Looking to make your business run a little smoother? Tiffany Loh covers the apps that can help you get organised when you're on the go.

We've compiled our favourite apps that will help you organise your business, improve workflow, share documents and make tax time a little more streamlined. Looking to keep your business humming while you're on the move?

 

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Read on for five of our favourite apps.

Box

iOS, Android™,Windows

Forget tedious transfers with this collaborative file-sharing service. Sync with compatible smart devices to access and edit documents on the go and securely share with staff and clients.

GeoOp

iOS, Android, Windows

GeoOp tracks the entire life cycle of a job to help create a more efficient workflow. Minimise your time chasing staff for updates.

Zunos

iOS

With Zunoe you can manage and communicate with your workforce while they are out and about. Sharing documents and collecting data is in near real time.

DocuSign

iOS, Android, Windows

This can be used to send many documents for electronic sign-off from tablets or smartphones so you can finalise contracts quickly with full audit trail.

Shoeboxed

iOS, Android

Coming soon

Help save time and effort in deciphering and archiving old receipts. Take a photo of invoices and send them to Shoeboxed so their staff can extract and verify the data for you.

Deputy

iOS, Android

Coming soon

With Deputy you can easily communicate employee availability, roster changes and task status to staff. Use it with many popular payroll systems to help cut down admin time.

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