Companies can be spread far and wide now but thankfully there’s a lot of iPhone collaboration software designed to help manage the logistics and work on projects wherever you are. Many cloud-based collaboration software solutions have iPhone apps but those that don’t have web clients that work well on iOS.
With team members often dotted across the globe it can be a real challenge for companies to manage the reality of a global workforce working together as one. It’s essential that teams are all working on the same documents, email accounts and chat tools at the same time otherwise inefficiencies are inevitable.
The iPhone has revolutionized the business world by giving us access to web-based business solutions in our pocket. These make sure that you can stay in touch with your employees and sales statistics even when outside the office. Likewise, it’s now possible to harness the power of inventory management apps for iPhone to keep track of inventory and stock from wherever you are on the planet.
Today on Appstorm I’m going to look at a specific type of business application: inventory management tools. Below I’ve picked out six of the best iPhone inventory management apps, summarizing what makes each fundamental to your business needs. All of these iOS inventory management apps are based around subscription-based, cloud inventory management software. They are free to download but require sign-up to use. Don’t worry though, since most of them have free trials so you can test them out.
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If you don’t give your customers the service they deserve, you won’t be around long, whatever field you’re working in. Whether your enterprise is big or small, customers expect to be served day and night and, thanks to customer service apps for iPhone, you can now provide customer service on your mobile very easily. A good customer service app can mean the difference between an excellent customer experience or the kind that ends up as a customer service horror story like these. It’s important as well that apps look good on iOS which is why we’ve chosen apps that not only work well but have the good looks that iOS users expect.
Here are 6 of the best iPhone customer service software solutions that will ensure you and your team can provide the highest quality customer service possible and also make sure that your customers feel valued. Note that these apps require a subscription to the corresponding cloud solution, although many offer free trials. You’ll find more information on the best customer service apps as identified in GetApp’s GetRank quarterly ranking system of top business software.
Having constant control of your customers’ details is essential in a fast-paced business world. This control makes it easy to work on the go and can be effectively achieved through the use of an iPhone CRM solution.
In this article I’ve picked out seven of the best CRM apps for iPhone. These applications are all based around cloud CRM software and are designed to help you to manage customer data, collaborate with your team, and improve your interactions with customers and potential customers over time.
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Project management is now possible anywhere thanks to the explosion in mobile devices. But the last thing you need on a mobile device is something complex and clunky. Just because an iPhone project management app is complex, it does not always mean it’s more useful. There’s nothing worse than fumbling around on your phone to use features and functions you neither need or understand which only ends up stressing you out even more.
There are basically two things you need to think about when it comes to finding the best project management apps for iPhones. The first thing is to make sure that the app helps you to assign and distribute work in the right way. The second and equally important thing is that you can instantly analyze project analytics on the move so you can keep on top of project goals. This can be a tricky to get right – especially on smaller screens such as iPhones – and some iOS project management apps simply don’t give you enough solutions to do both effectively.
Up until now, I have been using my iPhone’s standard calendar as a personal to-do list, since I hadn’t really found a to-do list application that I fell in love with. For tasks like picking up groceries and getting a hair-cut, this might be okay, but when it comes to planning projects for work, and other complex scenarios, the integrated calendar just won’t cut it.
For this reason, I’ve spent some time investigating the different to-do list apps available in the App Store. Twenty five are rounded up here, including some generic applications, and others suited for a specific purpose (such as planning a wedding). Hopefully you’ll find a selection of very useful pieces of software!
There’s a new breed of email apps trending these days. These apps are designed to help users get productive with their inboxes and ultimately reach inbox zero. They have several common denominators, including gestures, action-based functionality, scheduling, and integration with other productivity tools like tasks and calendars. They make for a good compliment to project management apps such as Clarizen, Wrike, or JIRA, making your work life that little bit more manageable.
A growing number of these email apps have been released to the public, signalling evident interest in this approach to email. I’ve managed to round up ten (10) email apps that fit into this trend, some of which you may or may not have heard of before. Let’s take a look at these email apps and see what they have to offer users in need of a more effective and flexible solution to email.
Calendars are very personalized utilities, detailing an individual’s most important events and tasks, and maybe letting them jot down a note or two. No wonder visual calendars are all the rage these days. Fans seem to be in love with the ability to tailor their daily, weekly and monthly timetables just a little bit more with the pictures and artworks of their choosing.
Add to this function an ability to create alerts, visual sorting features and managing easy-to-create entries and the combination equals Moredays, the app that prides itself on being a digital planner that blends elements of a scrapbook. Can Moredays be a great addition to your app collection? Find out on the other side of the break. (more…)