Whether you’ve just launched your business or you’ve been in businesses for a couple of years: chances are that you’re always thinking about ways to improve your day-to-day processes. In this digital era, new software applications are being introduced in a high pace and sometimes it can seem impossible to keep track of new developments. In this article I have listed a few very useful applications for both small and larger organisations.

Triggre

Triggre is a platform that allows you to make your own applications within hours. The best thing about Triggre is that you don’t need to know anything about coding, nor do you have to hire expensive developers. Triggre works with a drag-and-drop designer, which makes building an application extremely easy. First, you pick one of the many, beautiful designed templates and after that you make the necessary adjustments to the template, just to make sure it exactly serves the desired purpose.

Interested in trying Triggre for free? You can find more information on the company’s website.

Grammarly

If you have to do a lot of writing, Grammarly is the application for you. Grammarly provides a digital writing assistant that support clear and effective communication. It contains an intuitive text editor, several browser extensions and applications for Microsoft Office, Windows and macOS. Grammarly offers both free and premium subscriptions, as wel as a special business subscription that offers a lot of benefits.

Slack

Slack is where work happens. It brings together, people, applications and data and it’s replacing email around the world. Slack turns emails into messages and inboxes into specific channels, making information accessible to the people that need it. Slack will make your organisation work in a more connected, flexible and inclusive way.