For freelancers and small business owners who need a better way to manage their enterprises online, Tallyzip is a web-application that doesn’t leave anything out. Rather than just being a CRM tool, an accounting and invoicing application, or a task management and collaboration platform, Tallyzip has decided to become all of the above – and more.
If you’re looking to free yourself from the mundane tasks that take up a good portion of any entrepreneur’s day, then it’s time to start streamlining. Tallyzip can help you organize your office by putting many of the tools you need to run a business in one central place and automating as many frequent activities as possible. Tallyzip has many features and tools, but the web-app itself can be broken down into three main sections: CRM, online accounting, and task & collaboration. You can use the social CRM tool to keep a company-wide database of all your contacts, clients, and customers. Each contact gets his or her own profile page, where you can add personal information, telephone numbers, email addresses, and transactional data. The CRM section is also where you’ll create estimates, communicate with colleagues about client relationships, and track which orders have been placed. You can use the application’s invoicing tools to send bills and view updated financial statements for your company at any time. Finally, the task and collaboration features can be used by teams to communicate about ongoing projects, delegate tasks, and view real-time activity feeds that show what everybody’s up to on a given day.
Not one feature described above is unique to Tallyzip, of course. Competing applications have been offering collaboration tools and invoicing capabilities for years. What makes Tallyzip unique – and what ultimately makes the application so useful to business owners – is the ability to combine these tools and make them all available in one place. Users don’t have to worry about importing files or managing multiple accounts on separate business applications once they start using Tallyzip.
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