Small business leaders know how to thrive in chaos—that's been their saving grace in 2020. But now, as they look for digital tools to keep their teams connected and their customers served in this new normal, they want solutions that help restore order, not further complicate workflows.
Most small businesses use a variety of digital tools to manage projects, track time and bill customers. Cloud-based tools can often be integrated to share data and automate tasks, but usually the simpler (and cheaper) solution is to find one tool that does it all. That's what Paymo strives to deliver.
"Before Paymo's project management solution, most of our customers were scraping up data manually from various standalone business apps—an error-prone process that is very time-consuming," says Andrei-Marcel Țiț, Paymo's Head of Product Marketing. "Or each of their employees used their own apps to manage tasks and track time, which resulted in complicated and inaccurate reporting at the end of the week or month."
This patchwork approach creates even more friction for small businesses that have suddenly shifted from a physical workspace to a virtual environment. Not only do they need to ensure that employees have access to the apps and information they require for their jobs, but they also need to secure company data across apps, devices and home Wi-Fi networks.
With Paymo, businesses can manage the entire life cycle of a project, from quoting clients, to planning tasks, scheduling resources, tracking time, and invoicing—all in a single, secure app.