Many small business owners often have to do the jobs of many people themselves to make sure their businesses work. Owners of home inspection businesses are no exception. But with today’s technology, there are plenty of apps to help them do everything from managing the business’s finances to maintaining and controlling email clutter.

“Most small business owners do the work of two or three employees,” personal finance and technology writer Nate Matherson wrote in the business.com article “In Your Toolbox: 4 New Apps Small Business Owners Should Use in 2016. “That’s why you’re likely always interested in finding new tools that can help make your life easier.”

Here are Matherson’s picks for the best new apps every small business owner should be using:

1. Operator — Launched by the co-founder of Uber, operator is a virtual assistant app that can help business owners with shopping and purchases. Imagine having a team of people who can send thank you gifts or search for the perfect low-cost office chair, Matherson noted.

“By getting an app to do this work for you at a relatively low cost, business owners are better even able to leverage their time toward things that will actually help improve or increase your company’s performance,” he wrote.

2. PocketSuite — Matherson described PocketSuite as the “Swiss army knife of small business apps” because of its versatility. This app can process payments and send invoices, keep track of client contracts, even schedule appointments. It also allows clients to sign documents electronically and can send them questionnaires and evaluations — providing a quick and easy way to get feedback on your services.

3. Mail by EasilyDo — A great feature available with this app is it give you three seconds to undo sending an email. It also easily handles unsubscribing and has multiple folders for managing and sorting your emails. According to Matherson, EasilyDo’s Mail app is set up primarily to handle Gmail accounts but works well with other email services, too.

4. SharePoint – The current version of this Microsoft app is more mobile-friendly and now works better with cloud-based platforms, according to Matherson’s article. The app lets team members work collaboratively from remote locations, allowing them to create websites, organize documents and manage content, according to Matherson.