The Top 10 Business Apps You Need in 2020

Running a business is hard; it takes a lot of work, and business owners need to keep track of so many things just so their company can stay afloat. Luckily, technological advancements have made it possible to use business apps that make everything much easier.

If you’re wondering how to develop an app that suits your business needs, you need to find a team that knows how to develop a custom tool that would be perfect for your company. 

But before you do that, take a look at this list and see if any of these off-the-shelf apps seem like a good choice for you.

Nimble

The popularity of customer relationship management software is rising, as now 91% of businesses with over 11 employees use CRM. Nimble is a great CRM app for those that want to nurture their customer relationships and make communication better and more effective.

With this app, you can:

Microsoft PowerApps

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PowerApps are web-based online forms that collect your data and store it in a central location, making it easy to capture important business information.

If some of your business challenges are unique and you think no app can help you solve them, you should consider building your own custom application with Microsoft PowerApps. This low-code development platform still has enough coding flexibility to help you tackle most business challenges.

For instance, if your business has to deal with a lot of paper forms and electronic documents, you probably need an app that can help you keep up with all of it. Making one from scratch might be tricky, so if you’re a novice in the field of app development, you should take a look at Power Apps consulting services to guide you as you streamline and digitize all forms.

Asana

Source: Asana

Asana is a project management app that allows your team to keep track of all projects and tasks from start to finish and help you stay organized and on top of all of your tasks.

Some of Asana’s features include:

Timeline. Create projects that have start dates and dependencies so you can keep track of all deadlines. Forms. Make standard work intake processes that will contain all of the essential details about projects and tasks and route all requests. Reporting. See how the work is progressing and if employees are staying on schedule by running search reports and deciding where you need to focus your efforts. Streamlined communication. Collaborate with all of your employees, vendors, and clients easily to make sure everyone is on the same page at all times. Zoom

Source: Zoom

Zoom is a video conferencing tool that was designed for webinars, virtual meetings, video demonstrations, and conferences. It’s great for small to medium businesses as it can host up to 100 interactive video participants and 10,000 view-only attendees.

Zoom is great for improving team collaboration, especially for companies that have a lot of remote employees that need to stay connected.

With Zoom, you can:

Host dynamic webinars thanks to its dual-screen support system and dynamic voice detection functionality. Share your screen with your team members and use a virtual whiteboard to present diagrams and illustrations. Create groups where you can exchange text, image, or audio files easily with the drag-and-drop feature.

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