Coverage by Bhat Dittakavi on “Workplace Productivity Tools” from his peer group meeting (13th Oct 2016)
Here is a list of productivity tools that every Startup shall leverage for team collaboration, social media, application performance and developing good habits.
: Create, share and collaborate photos, documents and videos all in one cloud but access from anywhere.
: Brings all communication together in one place.
: Smart messaging app that helps you say more and do more.
: Integrated on line and mobile business travel and expense management system
: Collect, nurture and share ideas. Tags help group notes. Easy to share notes.
: Suite of on line productivity tools.
: (no learning curve)
: Quickly capture what’s on your mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time.
: New faster computer that starts in seconds and offers 1000s of apps.
: Changes the teams work together.
Project management tools
: Keeps track of everything, from big picture to minute details.
: Easiest way for teams to track their work and get results.
: Web based project management and collaboration tool.
CRM tools for Startups
CRM inside Gmail. Know whether people are opening up your email or not.
(CRM for Startups): Inbound marketing and sales platform that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads and close customers.
-Schedule my calls in Hubspot and I get alerts
-Reminders on iPhone or Mac
Social Media Management apps
: Share to social medias of your choice, on your schedule.
Manage multiple social media networks and profiles.
Hand curated content suggestions platform for social media.
Development and performance tools
: Enables developers to diagnose and fix application performance problems in real time.
Build, tets and document APIs faster.
Make it a habit apps
: Build a routine of positive and life changing apps.
: Combines health with fun to remind you to drink water regularly
In the end, nothing can beat a manual dairy for making notes and following up. You don’t need to charge to make it work.
Based on your experince, any suggestions on which tools work best together to form a good workflow?