Being an entrepreneur in Nigeria is an enormous responsibility. You attend business meetings, send out business proposals and coordinate your daily activities.
With all these tasks, it is near impossible to keep track of your day-to-day affairs. Thankfully, there are now smartphone apps for this purpose. Jovago.com, Africa’s No 1 hotel booking portal identifies Top 5 business apps for every Nigerian entrepreneur.
Contactually helps you keep tabs of your all your contacts. From clients to customers, colleagues, and employees. It can find important relationships, follow-up, and complete more tasks and track business results. It can also sync with other communication apps like Facebook and Twitter.Trello
If you want to organize anything with anyone, then Trello is the app for that. It is free, flexible and easy to use. The main strength of the app is that it manages visual platforms and is great for design teams. You can post comments, upload files from your PC, Google drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive. Any document you drop in Trello will be available at a glance. It is like a pool for all your business files.Business Card Reader
Few business savvy persons consider business cards as relevant in today’s business world. Meanwhile, other people who still consider them important. Business Card Reader can scan a business card and save the details in your phone contact list.
Is your schedule or daily task erratic? ‘Clear’ is that personal app assistant which can help you organize all your activities. It can also tell you when a particular task is due thus ensuring that you do not miss any deadline. It untangles your schedule.
Cloud storage is the route to go to protect your data. There are several cloud storage to choose from but the best and most secure option is pCloud. It is reliable because of its unhackable encryption code.
Here we go. As an entrepreneur in Nigeria, activities like business meetings, preparing business proposals and coordinating your daily activities will not be that hard to handle anymore with these apps handy. What have been your experience using some of these apps?