What are the top business apps & tech you might be missing out on?

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Technology can be a beautiful thing, can’t it? Especially in today’s age where you can maximize your time and work efficiency with the tap of a screen. With this in mind, entrepreneur Gene Marks over at Forbes cultivated a list of some of the best business apps of 2020 that could potentially open wide brand new opportunities for you!

Vimeo Create

While you might associate Vimeo with the online digital streaming service for films and other video series, Vimeo Create is expanding the platforms capabilities in order to provide users with the tools and capabilities “geared toward helping marketers and small businesses more easily take advantage of the benefits of using video on social media or marketing platforms.” So essentially, the days of you have to go out of your way to contract out or learn more difficult ways of creating a quality video advertisement are gone if you just take the time to become knowledgeable with these new beginner friendly tools.

The NexDock 2

At first glance the NexDock 2 might appear as a regular laptop, it actually is anything but that. Marks points out that the “device has a full-sized display, regular keyboard, and contains standard USB ports. What sets the device aside from a typical low-end laptop- however -is that it comes without a fan, internal memory, or CPU.” Confused? So were we until we read that this works by “hooking it up to LG, Huawei, or Samsung phones, turning it into a full-sized computer by mirroring phone displays.” This is great for businesses that don’t have the funds for full on workplace laptops, and recent reviews show that users are happy with the simplicity of the cheaper, yet efficient final product.

Get your California Roll on!

Probably not what you expected on this list, but trust us, this is a true diamond in the rough. According to the article the Suzumo machine is “the newest player in the culinary robot field, with the ability to make perfect sushi rolls in mere seconds.” Nice, but is it right for your business? If you’re in a restaurant, that might be just what you need. Marks points out “Less staff are the two important words here. As minimum wage and other benefits drive up compensation costs many smaller restaurants are looking for ways to keep overhead (and employment headaches) to a minimum- so they’re investing in technology.”

The list points out a few other apps but these were the ones that really stuck out in this article. Have you found the next great app or tech online? Comment below and let us know!