India has been struck by the startup wave and we see new companies, firms and businesses emerging every day. Some cater to the digital world and some adopt the offline model. But, whatever the case be all of them are looking to boost productivity and make best of their working hours.
If an organisation and its employees are productive, they can complete work in no time at all.
Not to forget the profits will also start to sky rocket. So if you are a part of a startup or are soon going to join/begin one here is our list of productivity apps that you should put on your Android Smartphone.
Porducteev by Jive: This is a great app to boost productivity amongst colleagues and get tasks done on time.
Meeting deadlines and delegation of work is where many start-ups struggle. Producteev takes care of these troubles and much more. One can easily connect with co-workers manage projects, get work done in an orderly fashion and also delegate work. Moreover, this app is cross platform ready.
Àny Do: in a startup every penny counts and keeping a personal assistant for yourself is not feasible. So, how about a virtual assistant insteat. Any.do is a great app that keeps tracks of events, notes, to-do lists and more. Reminders can be set and one can work more efficiently and meet deadlines. A must-have app for startup CEO's and top/mid level management.
Skype: has been doing the rounds on PC's and mobiles since ages now. It is by far the best app to quickly video chat with office workers across platforms. The app installs on the Android phone effortlessly and one can quickly do a video and voice meeting with subordinates or superiors. This is a must have app if you are a roaming professional.
Refresh: in a startup you end up meeting dozens of new clients every other week. Most of the times you are facing a wall that you know nothing about. Refresh is a great app that takes care of the next confrontation with a potential client.
This app pulls in details about the client you are about to meet from their Facebook, Twitter and other social feeds, so that you know a bit about the person before you go meet them.
Evernote: you never know when you need to take a note. You might forget to pick up a pen and a paper, but chances are you will always have your mobile phone with you. Enter Evernote, which takes care of all your noting tasks.
This one is an easy to use app that lets you take and upload notes, pictures, audio and video snippets. It is a cross platform ready so one can easily share these notes with co-workers.