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Top 15 Google Apps For Business

The Google Apps Marketplace is a gold mine for businesses offering dozens, if not hundreds, of generally inexpensive, cloud-based software solutions for everything from project planning to invoicing. Here are 15 of the best.
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OffiSync is an add-in to Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, and 2010; it adds a toolbar in the Office applications that lets you save Office files to Google Docs in their native formats. You can then use the real-time collaborative features of Google Docs within the Office programs.

Cost: Free.

Further reading: 12 Essential Android Apps For SMBs

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Judchuks
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Judchuks,
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1/24/2014 | 9:51:04 PM
re: Top 15 Google Apps For Business
There is much business owners can do with apps these days. Even if you don't do business, using apps still benefits you in lots of ways. Learn more here.
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11/2/2012 | 9:28:07 PM
re: Top 15 Google Apps For Business
I'm surprised to see WORK[etc] isn't on this list, it's one of the few business management apps that offers two-way sync integration for Google Calendars, Google Contacts, Google Docs, as well as offering a Gmail-integration gadget.

WORK[etc] is all-in-one, it combines CRM, project management, time tracking, and billing into one web app. I've found having all of your data in one place, combined with Google Apps integration gives me the ability to manage my business from anywhere. The gmail integration is particularly useful for us, as I can turn emails into new leads, projects, support cases, timesheets, and other items directly. Worth a look!
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