A survey of more than 1,000 business owners found that the most popular apps for hiring, selling, and managing employees are all built on the same technology.
The most popular tools for data collection and analysis were from Facebook, Google, and Amazon, according to a survey of 1,094 owners by The Wall St Journal.
The survey of 2,000 owners found the most useful apps for businesses are from Facebook (80 percent), Google (75 percent), and Amazon (75 to 85 percent).
The survey also found that some businesses that don’t have a strong data presence or don’t want to hire an app that relies on data have apps that work well on mobile devices.
Some companies like Amazon have mobile apps for sales (SaaS) and e-commerce (SEO) as well as a mobile app for payroll (SMS) and online shopping (OBX).
The most important aspects of a good data management tool are consistency of data, ease of use, and ease of administration, according the survey.
For some businesses, the most valuable feature is the ability to access the data easily and easily, according The Wall Str, which also found a strong correlation between the number of apps that a business had and the overall number of users that the app had.
A more popular app is for employees to view and edit their personal information.
Many of the apps that are used to manage employees have a cloud-based data portal.
In addition to Facebook, some of the top mobile apps that have been tested in the survey were Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Twitter.
The top apps that didn’t have more than a 10 percent market share were Amazon, Twitter, Microsoft and Twitter itself.
Other apps that made the top 10 list were Yahoo!, PayPal, Microsoft Pay, Uber, and Shopify.
The app that was at the top was Dropbox, which has the highest number of installs for each app, The Wall Journal reported.