Technology has not only shrunk the tools we use, but it has also given small businesses the power to operate like a big business. Technological tools can help small businesses get better organized, efficiently manage their finances, or support customer service and win new business.
New Digital Tools that Can…
- Evernote: For the creative mind, this app allows you to capture great ideas and track them to completion. This tool can help you collect, discuss, and present information important to you, your staff, and your clients
- Tripit: This app consolidates all your disparate travel itinerary information in one place, regardless of what website you used, or how many you used, to plan the trip. Tripit also provides delay alerts, weather updates, maps, and directions.
- Expensify: This app keeps track of business expenses and mileage and can file receipts and expense reports with the click of a button.
- InDinero: This tool syncs up your bank accounts and credit cards and provides a real-time financial dashboard to help track cash flow and manage finances.
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