Telstra has added two mobile business apps to its apps marketplace, covering small business workforce management and expense tracking.
The first of the apps, called ShoeBoxed, allows business owners to take a photo of a paper receipt using their mobile phone or tablet and then turns it into useable data for tax and expense reporting.
The second app, called Deputy, performs team rostering and allows managers to identify staff available to attend a shift. It also integrates with cloud-based accounting apps including Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks, Sage Meridian, Google Apps and NetSuite.
“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,” Telstra Business executive director David Coventry said in a statement.
The Telstra Apps Marketplace launched in October last year as part of a broader push into the cloud marketplace by the telecommunications giant.