Why Mobile is a Game Changer

Over the past decade, the proliferation of mobile phones in the United States and across the globe has forced companies to revisit how they deliver content to the marketplace. Statistics show that if you’re between the ages of 18 and 49 you are over 95% likely to have a mobile device.

With such a staggeringly high number of mobile device users, it’s no wonder that millionaires are made overnight when they develop a favorite game app. It begs the question, why hasn’t mobile made running a business any easier?

The reality is, if you’re a small business owner, you don’t have the luxury of putting your business on hold. You likely feel tied to your desk, stuck in your office, and chained to your laptop. Now imagine if you could neatly fold up your office into one point-and-click application on your mobile phone. Viewpost® mobile gives you the freedom to do business wherever your business takes you.

You step into an elevator, board an airplane, or sit down to lunch with a mentor, when suddenly you remember a few things you should have completed before leaving the office.

You forgot to send an invoice. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. (Send an invoice right from your phone.)

You forgot to make a payment. No need to skip lunch. (Send payments with a quick tap on your tablet.)

You forgot to make that dinner reservation for mom’s birthday. (Sorry, we can’t help you with everything.)

Viewpost mobile empowers you to bring your business with you anywhere and do more with the hours in your day. Say goodbye to missing the enjoyable moments of running your business. Say hello to business as it should be.

If you’re already a Viewpost member, visit Viewpost.com on your mobile device and sign in to see our new mobile experience.

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