Can a startup succeed in 2015 without the right software tools? Probably not, to be honest.
Given that the average employee checks email about 50 times a day, you’ll need a solid email client. You’ll probably need an instant messaging program, too, because most employees use instant messaging 77 times a day.
And what about managing sales leads? You can either ask your employees to juggle them all themselves, or you can invest in a great customer relationship management suite to streamline workflows and help your employees stay productive.
All of this is not to mention the tech solutions you’ll need to help you juggle payroll, security issues, talent management, and the slew of other challenges every business faces.
If you’re an entrepreneur who is thinking about starting a business or a startup owner who wants to take their company to the next level, you’ll want to check out this new infographic from QuickBooks and Builtvisible, which does a great job of walking you through all the software considerations you’ll need to take if you want your startup to really fly.