Best apps for small businesses in 2019!

Earlier the summer, we had a blog post about the best apps to use for business and here’s a follow up. Don’t expect repeats here these are brand new fresh ideas.

For those of you that do not know, Trox Tech is a locally owned business that was started in a driveway to now a company that’s owns it’s own property with aspirations of opening a second tech shop because the business is booming! The average Joe can get to here from where you currently are, but it will take heartbreaks, heartaches, heart-racing moments, heartwarming days. Basically, it’ll take heart to be able to accomplish your goals and in a world where tech and apps rules supreme these apps can be of assist to helping small business begin here are 6 apps that could help you out or take you to the next level!C

Fuze:

Fuze is a videoconferencing app that hosts online meetings for all devices and operating systems, including iPads and tablets. It offers high-definition video and crisp audio, and it’s easy to set up and download.

An example of the Fuse app

Wave:

Wave is an accounting software platform designed for small businesses, independent contractors and sole proprietors with nine or fewer employees.

Wave lets you track sales and expenses, manage invoices and customer payments, pay employees, scan receipts and generate accounting reports. The company also offers free personal finance software to help small-business owners manage their finances in one place.

Wave is compatible with Mac and PCs, and its mobile invoicing and receipt scanning app is available on iOS and Android devices. 

Example of the Wave app


PayPal Here:

Once you’ve gained clientele, you’ve got to collect payment and while cash is king we now live in a day and age where most if not everyone has card now.

PayPal reacted to the emergence of Square — more on that product below — by creating an app that lets businesses attach PayPal’s card reader to a tablet or other device and use it as a portable register. The PayPal Here app is ideal for businesses that need to get paid on the go. 

What it looks like

Proven: The hiring app. This app helps you organize your hiring, letting you post job listings to multiple job boards with one click on your smartphone. You can also sort through dozens of application responses in minutes; categorize applicants into “yes,” “no” and “maybe” buckets; and note when you follow up with a candidate.

It’s a good fit for companies that have sporadic hiring needs, such as restaurants and retail, or for an entrepreneur who juggles multiple business tasks and needs to save time on hiring.

Mailchimp:

This app helps you build and manage your mailing lists and easily create and send newsletters. You can also build and customize email templates and view performance reports about your emails. This information can help you send your customers more relevant emails.

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