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Surprising tech tools that can help your business save money

By 20th April 2017 No Comments
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There is no better time to save money in business than now, with the junk status news in South Africa we are in for a bit of a bumpy ride. With these simple business hacks and tech tools, hopefully, your business can save some cash.

Mobile Payment Systems

Mobile payment systems are the evolution of the card paying system. They are more reliable for businesses to tap into. With tools such as SnapScan, payment has become more flexible for the customer and more affordable for the business.

Cloud-based GroupWare

If you run a small business but want to be more enterprise-focussed, but can’t afford a massive server, cloud-based file sharing is how you should move. You would need to look further than the freeware options out there. Look at purchasing storage with DropBox, Google and One Drive. Microsoft offers several tools that can help expand your business.

Website Builders

Being able to maintain your company website in-house can definitely help cut expensive web design costs. It’s smarter to use Website Builders such as WordPress, Wix, and Shopify. The truth behind is that you know your business better than anyone else, allowing you to have a direct influence on search ranking, content and if you are selling things online, control what is shown online.

Crowd Sourcing

You may think you would have to go through a lot of junk to get good ideas from crowdsourcing, but you’d be surprised at how many companies use this to fund their projects. Crowdfunding and sourcing can get your business name out there and help expand different projects in your business. Crowdfunding can be sourced through sites such as Fundable, Kickstarter and South African based, Candystick.

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This article was inspired by the original on Lifehack.org.

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