9 years ago
January 7, 2015

5 Helpful Apps for Sales People

Here are 5 helpful apps for sales people that can help you grow sales!

Rhys Metler

This is the age of mobility, as it has always been for anyone in sales, except now the resources available are profound. Having access to the latest hardware and software out there, is essential for the modern day person in sales. Here are 5 helpful apps for sales people that can help you grow sales!

Google Maps

Knowing where you are, how to get where you are going, and being on time, is the foundation for a good first impression. Google Maps can map out your route based on walking, driving, or public transportation. If you are driving, a good app to use in conjunction with Google Maps is Park Mobile, which allows you to reserve parking with your phone, as well as keep track of the meter. Due to first impressions, this makes the application number 1, in the 5 helpful apps for salespeople.

Go To Meeting

Go To Meeting is the simplest way to connect with clients across the globe. This application allows you to host unlimited meetings, webinars or trainings. The app is very affordable and the dashboard is relatively self-explanatory. You can video conference in HD, or save with integrated audio conferencing. Clients can log in from any Mac, PC, smart phone, or iPad. You can also e-mail a copy of the meeting minutes when it is finished.

Xpense Tracker

Every sales person needs to keep track of the money coming in, and the money going out. Having a tool like Xpense Tracker, allows for a paperless way to file your expense report. The application keeps track of mileage, and expenses like food, lodging, and airfare. It has a built in timer for travel, and various means to organize costs, like categories for each meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and photos of the receipts. The application can be customized to meet the reporting needs of any employer.


The ultimate in synchronization, Evernote allows for any busy sales person to link up all of their devices into one cloud-like atmosphere. The application offers a means of taking notes that can be accessed from any device you own. Of course, if typing isn’t your thing, voice recognition will do the transcription. This application is catching on like wildfire because of its simplicity. Like most applications these days, it even has a means of storing and organizing photos. All notes are easily searchable at any point in time.

Sales Tracking Calendar

Maintaining a good calendar is essential to staying on point in your campaigns. That’s why Sales Tracking Calendar rounds up the list for the 5 helpful apps for sales people. This is a full CRM (Customer Relationship Management) tool that can either synch with your company’s system, or can be used on a person basis, much like Dropbox (the storage application). Never have your files lost again when your computer crashes, as they will remain safe online. The application has various features like keeping track of appointments, sales, cold calls, follow ups, and everything else you could ever want as a successful sales person.

Rhys Metler

Rhys is a tenacious, top performing Senior Sales Recruiter with 15+ years of focused experience in the Digital Media, Mobile, Software, Technology and B2B verticals. He has a successful track record of headhunting top performing sales candidates for some of the most exciting brands in North America. He is a Certified Recruitment Specialist (CRS) and has expert experience in prospecting new business, client retention/renewals and managing top performing sales and recruitment teams. Rhys enjoys spending quality time with his wife, son, and daughters, BBQing on a hot summer day and tropical vacations.