Google have recently announced that nine new apps have been added to the Google Apps Marketplace. The above video describes each of the nine and provides information for how they could help your business grow.
The first one is called DeskAway and lets users work, even when they are away from their desk. This tool provides businesses with a central location so that multiple people can work on the same project, regardless of where they are. It also cuts down on issues such as lost files, multiple file versions, and email spam.
Second on the list is Acunote, which provides IT functions as well as project progress. It has an integrated project and task management wiki that includes rich editor and management extensions. Additionally, it offers a timeline of each project that shows how much work has been completed and how much remains.
The third app added to the marketplace is called RescueTime. This tool gives employers insight into how their employees are spending their time. It does this by tracking the amount of time spent on each project. As a result, employers can know if employees are working too much or too little.
ToBeeDo is fourth and it is an online task management system. With this service, users can attach Google Docs and external links to tasks as well as apply bulk actions to them. It has an easy-to-use interface that keeps efficiency moving smoothly.
Fifthly, the Ketera Network is an integrated management solution that offers users an active community of more than 800,000 suppliers. Through the vast Ketera Network, businesses can find new vendors and more.
Sixth on the list is FormLizard, which is a tool that addresses internal business needs. With this app, businesses can upload their forms and, in turn, FormLizard transforms them into online interviews. Registration forms, applications, and many more can be done with this tool. It also reduces the always-tedious task of dealing with paperwork.
LumoFlow is the seventh addition to the marketplace. Not only does it allow knowledge sharing and project management, but it also includes a social element.
The eighth app is the MangoSpring Collaboration Suite. This collection of tools features MangoTalk, MangoDocs, MangoTasks, MangoProject, MangoIdeas, and MangoEvents. The suite gives users the opportunity to extend aspects such as microblogging, instant messaging, project comments, and email notifications, across their entire business.
Lastly, Backupify is a tool that gives users the security of backup. It can be accessed via any Web browser and provides backup services for Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar, Google Sites, Facebook, Twitter, and many more services. What’s more, it provides daily automatic backups, archiving, and exporting.
As you can see, there are multiple business tools available in the Google Apps Marketplace. It provides valuable assistance and information to more than two million businesses. These tools help alleviate the stress level that so many business owners face, which allows them to focus their energy on growing the business.
Find out more about these tools from the Google Apps Marketplace.
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