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Free Tools All Small Businesses Should Use

Knowing your business is on solid ground can be a life-saver. But with all of the moving parts, it’s easy to let some things fall off the radar. If you own a small business, here are a few free tools you should begin using right away, to help your business grow. Connecteam: It is a daily challenge for managers to grasp the pulse of their remote or deskless employees. What’s the status of their projects? Are they getting enough management attention? Is there enough visibility and clarity over activities and outcome expectations? These are some important questions that you may have when managing remote employees. That’s where Connecteam can help. The tools make it really easy for users like you to connect with your deskless, remote, and mobile employees and provide them the feedback and guidance that ensures great performance. by LogMeIn: Previously reserved for high-end webinars, LogMeIn’s conferencing tool allows you to present to multiple people right from the comfort of your home, saving you long trips to the office. Its features include support for up to 10 attendees, HD quality visuals, the option to broadcast your desktop or just part of it, and more.  Proofhub: Proofhub is project management software that is especially meant for small businesses and teams. It replaces the multiple tools required for task management, communication, collaboration, time tracking, file sharing, and reporting with a single all-in-one software tool. Teams can control their tasks from a central location and collaborate more effectively with this solution.  Sellsy: Sellsy is a newly created enterprise Internet application that combines sales process data from various channels (online, PoS, and inside sales) with client relations, contact marketing, inventory management, and time tracking for increased productivity in sales organizations. MixMax: MixMax helps you manage your email correspondence — easily — and we love that it simplifies your email workflow by scheduling and tracking follow-up sequences and adding reminders. It helps you focus on providing value to the people you’re communicating with rather than thinking hard about how exactly you should be responding.