GetApp, a Gartner-owned business app discovery marketplace, has recently revealed its GetRank quarterly rankings for Q1 2016 with WORK[etc] snagging the #2 spot on the list of 25 top business management apps.
By Daniel Barnett | 03-02-2016
By Daniel Barnett | 08-01-2016 | 11 comments
The upcoming Leads Workspace will give your sales team the ability to do their job faster on one page, using only one app. Read on to learn more.
By Daniel Barnett | 15-12-2015 | 18 comments
WORK[etc] already lets you manage your entire business using only the one app. The upcoming Workspace feature will let you do the bulk of your work on the one page.
By Daniel Barnett | 12-11-2015 | 18 comments
You've seen pictures, you've read the updates. Now it's time to actually show the next big WORK[etc] release in action.
By Daniel Barnett | 10-11-2015 | 12 comments
Our robust granular permissions settings get a new partner in securing your WORK[etc] data: the location-aware Remote Access Control.
By Daniel Barnett | 22-09-2015 | 9 comments
After months of thorough development and beta testing, the new, improved, rebuilt-from-the-ground-up WORK[etc] Outlook add-in is now available.
By Daniel Barnett | 01-07-2015 | 18 comments
Our Android and iOS devs have just made a couple of feature requests come true: both apps now have a knowledge base module as well as a list of employees on company contact details. Email signatures have also been added to the Android and iOS apps’ support module.
By Daniel Barnett | 24-06-2015 | 41 comments
Here is what we've done so far this year to make running your business on WORK[etc] better. Oh, and here is what we'll be doing next to make it even better.
By Daniel Barnett | 07-05-2015 | 19 comments
After two months of thorough testing, we're proud to announce that the new and improved WORK[etc] app for Android is now out on Google Play. Read on for a brief rundown of the optimizations and improvements we've made during the course of the beta and check out a video preview of the app in action.
By Daniel Barnett | 10-04-2015 | 18 comments
This financial consulting firm doubled their business in part helped by embedding their business processes into Google Apps for Business and the WORK[etc] Gmail Gadget. Find out how you can put this system into play within your own business.
It takes a lot of legwork to find the right CRM for your small business. Chances are, you’ll experience more than a few headaches and dead ends, leaving you just a little bit closer to spent when you finally have to get started on the onboarding process. This is what Greg*, who runs a retail […]
If you want to start and manage a business, then you better get ready to be the busiest person alive. There’s so much to think about: finances, finding customers, providing support, and marketing, just to name a few. There’s little margin for error, and you can’t ever afford to spend too much time on just […]
WORK[etc] is ranked second only to industry behemoth NetSuite, whose enterprise value was estimated to be $7.4 billion by Forbes last year. The way the GetRank rankings work, GetApp scores each software on five criteria: Reviews, Integrations, Mobile, Media, and Security. Each one is worth 20 points, for a highest possible total of 100. It’s […]
2015 was a pretty big year for WORK[etc]. We saw the release of our new native mobile apps for Android and iOS, for example, as well as a whole host of app improvements and enhancements. We didn’t just spend the past year improving and enhancing WORK[etc] and its robust feature set, however — we also […]
Project management is a big part of what separates WORK[etc] from other CRMs in the market, but it’s not the only thing we’re focusing on for our next massive update. Along with the upcoming changes to the Contact and Project Management modules, we’ll also be giving Sales and Leads a million-dollar makeover. The Leads List […]
“It seems like a stupid thing, but honestly, companies just go through boxes and boxes and boxes of paper,” he explains. “We really don’t need to print. If we can take advantage of shared folders and Google Drives and PDF documents and email, we can reduce our printing needs to almost zero.” Rick is a […]