Running a business can feel like playing every part in an orchestra … as one person. Small business owners frequently have to play strings, horns, and percussion all at the same time. With so much pressure to hit every note just right, wouldn’t it be nice to have some support?While your small business is growing, it can be hard to keep up with all the moving pieces. Thankfully, we live in an age of automation that can help streamline some of your business processes. Here are five apps to help you maximize your time and increase productivity. MailboxEven though it can quickly feel overwhelming, your inbox doesn’t have to be your nemesis. The Mailbox app is a great tool for keeping your inbox nice and neat. The app has a unique “list” system that allows you to quickly sort through your messages. Not quite ready to read that long email from a difficult client? Mailbox lets you “snooze” an email that you need to read later so it won’t get buried.TodoistAs a small business owner, your to-do list can quickly turn into a to-do novel. Todoist is a to-do list app that lets you segment your tasks, add reminders, and even collaborate on tasks. The app also allows you to see your lists anywhere, on any device.EvernoteScrawling notes and names on the back of a napkin just doesn’t cut it for keeping notes anymore. Thankfully, even those hand-drawn tidbits can be categorized and organized with Evernote. Evernote lets you keep track of just about anything. Traveling for business? Just snap photos of your receipts, upload them, and tag them accordingly. No more pockets and purses full of receipts!SquareThis dead-simple service turns your mobile device into a point of sale on the fly. Think of it as a storefront you can carry in your pocket.SlackSlack is quickly becoming one of the easiest ways to keep in touch with your team. It’s like a chat app on steroids. Slack integrates with tons of existing apps businesses are already using to create one of the most robust communication tools around.These are several apps that can help you organize your small business and free yourself up to focus on the important stuff. Tell us about your favorite business-focused apps in the comments, and follow us on Twitter at @IntelSmallBiz for more about how tech can fuel your small business.