Apps to ease business

    ShoeBoxed and Deputy are the latest additions to the Telstra Apps Marketplace. ShoeBoxed customers take photos of paper receipts using their mobile phone or tablet and turn them into useable data for tax and expense reporting. Deputy is a mobile-rostering and team-management platform, allowing managers to identify staff available to attend a shift or send out notifications. It can also integrate with cloud-based accounting applications to help process payrolls with ease.

    Telstra Business Executive Director David Coventry said that businesses are starting to adopt apps as they begin to understand the power many business apps possess.

    “ShoeBoxed and Deputy are two great examples of programs that make it easier for business owners to do their jobs on the move, spending less time completing paperwork or manually contacting staff,” he said.

    Businesses can visit Telstra Apps Marketplace at to sign up for a 30-day free trial of ShoeBoxed and Deputy.

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