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5 Apps To Run Your Business From Your Mobile

We’ll be talking about Apps that make it easier to manage your business with just a smartphone or tablet. As is natural in this blog, the first two are from our house. However, we want to be open for recommendations from other manufacturers that have been of interest to us.

Gextor Next: Freelance billing in the Cloud

We start with our cloud-based software for entrepreneurs and freelancers. Gextor Next, our flagship cloud software for entrepreneurs and freelancers, is the program that you need to manage your tax and management needs. Gextor Next is compatible with both mobile devices and desktop computers. It allows you to keep your invoices, budgets, and collections, from both customers and suppliers, up-to-date in an infinite way. You can also keep a good control over your treasury and enter the tax information necessary to file your taxes. Gextor Next has an automatic generation of registration books, and the tax obligations for self-employed persons.

Gextor Mobile Warehouse is an app to manage inventory

It is the preferred App for managing physical inventory. Gextor Orders Mobile was created to solve inventory problems. However, it can now generate orders, delivery notes, and invoices directly from your mobile device. It allows you to count and verify inventory via mobile. It can be used to enter inventory manually or by barcode. This makes it very easy to manage inventories quickly. It can be synchronized with Gextor Commercial Management so that it does not require to perform any export or import operations.

Trello is an app to help you organize your business

This app is for organizing and planning work. However, it also offers a desktop version. It works by using project boards that you can either organize by individuals or groups. This board allows you to assign tasks to your team members, track their progress, and set a time frame for them. Trello allows you to interact with OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox. You can attach documents and create collaborative workspaces. It uses the same systems as banks to send information and create encrypted backups. This is a fundamental advantage in any cloud application.

MileIQ: An App that tracks your kilometers

It’s an App that is available on both Google Play as well as the App Store. Therefore, it can be used with both Android or iOS. After being acquired by Microsoft in 2015, Dan Bomze, an entrepreneur, created it. You can track how many kilometers you have run each day. The App will automatically determine if the trip was personal or business. The App automatically calculates the route, destination, and distance km. You can deduct travel expenses, so a detailed record of all kilometers traveled will give you significant tax benefits.

Waze: An App that guides you on the roads

This App is great for those who spend a lot of time behind the wheel. Waze Ltd. It was founded in 2008 by a group entrepreneurs and was purchased by Google in 2013. The App is maintained by the users, or wazers, through open collaboration. This is unlike other mobility Apps. Waze offers voice directions, real-time traffic and gas reports, as well as regular, free map updates. You can also avoid tolls, warn about the location of security cameras and fixed radars with Waze. Waze supports multiple languages and integrates destination search thanks to Google technology. You can also use other applications to integrate destinations.

The application can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store and Google Play.

These apps will allow you to manage your business on your mobile device, increasing efficiency and resulting in higher income and lower costs.

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