Running a small business is hard enough without having to worry about the practicalities of how to record sales and transactions. Square Register is an excellent free POS application designed to take the stress out of managing your business so you can focus on the important nuts and bolts of making your company a success.
Square Register, developed by Square, allows you to manage your business and make sales from your Android device, keeping a full track of sales and inventory. Not only this, but you can manage inventories and look at essential analytics about your business to make it work better.
This is all done from the convenience of your Android device, anytime, anywhere. Square Register is designed to grow with your business and has everything you need to manage transactions from an Android device.
Nowadays there’s no need to leave your business behind when you leave your desk. Most CRM systems now have a mobile or online version that you can access anywhere, and more and more vendors are tailoring their solutions for Android devices as their popularity grows. At AppStorm, we’ve taken a look at some of the best Android CRM apps. Here’s a roundup of CRM apps for Android users on the move.
Salesforce is one of the most widely-used CRM applications in the world and covers everything a growing business needs to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction. SalesforceIQ is packed with powerful features that are geared towards helping you discover more high quality leads, automate your sales process, and even simulate deals and outcomes before taking the plunge on a major contract.
This week, the number of apps downloaded from the Android Market passed 10 billion. 10 billion! It’s an incredible milestone, made even more incredible by the fact that the last billion downloads were all during the last month.
To celebrate, Google are running a sale, where they’re selling a selection of apps for just $0.10 each (or £0.10, if you’re in the UK, and I assume similar prices elsewhere). And they’re really good apps, in my opinion! I hesitate to mention which, since by now you’ve already missed them, but we’ve seen SwiftKey X, Flick Golf, and doubleTwist, to name just three.
To check the apps out for yourself, head over to market.android.com and click the banner on the front page. The apps change every day for ten days (we’re currently on Day 3), so check back repeatedly over the next week!
Verzion’s recent release of the iPhone 4 on their CDMA-based network is a big event for those inclined to use Apple’s mobile operating system. We’re sure that this will mean some migration to iPhone for some Android users who opted for Android, only because it was available on Verizon. But the main question is, how big will this migration be?
Today we’ll look at how big the impact on Android sales may be, and examine what happened in the UK.