5 Great Enterprise Productivity Apps to Try Today

5 Great Enterprise Productivity Apps to Try Today

Productivity seems to be the word of the year. We all want to be more productive in less and less amounts of time at home and especially in the workplace. Here are some of the top enterprise productivity apps that can help make our lives a little bit easier, and a lot more productive.

1. Rescuetime

If you want to see what you have been working on at the end of the day, Rescuetime will tell you! It breaks down which websites you’ve been to and the length of time you have been on them. Rescuetime is a time management app that runs in the background on your desktop.

You can break it down by hourly, weekly and even monthly or yearly reports. You’re also able to select and categorize which websites are productive or distracting. Other great features are the creation of goals and having time logs sent to you as often as you’d like.

Knowing what you spend your time on is a key factor when it comes to productivity. You may be ‘working’ on your computer all day, but at the end of the day, where are you really spending most of your time? Email? Word files? Facebook? Maybe you’re spending too much time focusing on something you shouldn’t be focusing on. You’ll be able to find out where there are areas for improvement and adjust accordingly.

2. Todoist

The aspect of making a simple checklist is still one of the best ways to ensure that tasks get completed. Scheduling our meetings and to do lists on notepads, emails and on physical calendars just isn’t cutting it anymore.

Todoist is a simple online project management app that helps you create a checklist with priorities, and due dates. It’s easy to use and is accessible through mobile and desktop devices.

Whether it be to respond to an email, a reminder to write a blog post or even a reminder to call your Mom on her birthday, it’s easy with Todoist to create tasks instantly as something comes to your mind. You can also share your lists and invite others to collaborate on tasks and projects easily.

There’s also the added satisfying bonus of checking your tasks off and getting some karma and productivity points as you meet your goals.

3. Evernote

Evernote offers a multitude of ways to can organize and store your todo-lists, images, projects and more in a digital format. It also syncs to each of your devices so you can work on the same thing, from many different platforms. Once you save something, you can access it from your phone, computer, or tablet from anywhere in the world.

You can save images, receipts, doodles, recipes or anything and store them in Evernote as well as share them with anyone. You can also easily access them by using their search feature.

You’re also able to collaborate with co-workers and share notes, documents and files for easy access and increased productivity. Taking notes for that meeting? Sync them with your co-workers and they will have them instantly!

4. Asana

If working with others is a big part of your day and you are getting overwhelmed with emails and multiple projects with different deadlines then Asana is a great project management app that can make your day a little more organized.

You’re able to share email links, files, respond to groups and individuals directly, get notified via email of changes. Share projects privately or with team members, upload and categorize activities and goals, links and documents and instantly see how your team is progressing on the go.

5. Knowmail

We spend a big chunk of our day on email, are suffering from information overload, and cannot seem to get things done. Does this sound like being productive? We need to spend less time in our inboxes and more time getting the important tasks finished quickly.

With Knowmail and the help of personalized artificial intelligence, priority filters, email prioritization capabilities, predicted folder organizing and setting reminders for emails, viewing emails in a cleaner way, you can create the inbox that works for you, so you can work on more important tasks.


Eran Abramson
Eran Abramson

Eran Abramson has vast background in entrepreneurship, marketing, and content and is an editorial contributor at Knowmail, while also contributing tech and industry related coverage at ReadWrite. VentureBeat, LifeHack, and more.