More Exciting New Features

At The iPad Receptionist we don’t just see our software as a cookie cutter product that you purchase, start up, and use.  We see it as an experience between you and us, and you and your visitors.  This customizable approach…

About Our New Look

Our goal at The iPad Receptionist is to develop applications with unprecedented flexibility — both in workflow and in visual design — that solve problems our customers didn’t know they had. At the end of last year we realized that…

Announcing the IPR Beta Program!

We have a vision to develop a visitor management application that has unprecedented flexibility in workflow and visual design — that solves problems businesses didn’t even know they had. We created the IPR Beta Program because we think getting user…

10 Secrets of Great Workspace Design

Remote workers, startup culture, and mobile technology are revolutionizing the spaces where we meet, collaborate, and work. Open plans aren’t one-size-fits-all, and an increasingly nomadic workforce renders permanently allocated spaces impractical. Here are 10 tips to help you achieve maximum

9 Modern Office Overhauls for 2016

The secret of modern office design is keeping it minimal and functional. Lighting, storage, and seating all play a part in encouraging active brain function and creating a positive environment for both employees and clients. Here are 9 fresh and…

5 Tech Toys Your Office Needs for 2016

What would the new year be without new toys? Luckily, in 2016, you can take your toys to the office. Simple, functional design combined with high-tech capabilities make this new year an awesome time to go to work. Here are…

The iPad Receptionist Featured on 9NEWS Denver

Earlier this week, The iPad Receptionist was featured on 9NEWS Denver’s Tech channel, as anchor Cheryl Preheim talked with tech expert and Blogmutt founder Scott Yates about how Colorado companies are reinventing the reception area. Watch the video and read…

7 Costly Mistakes Your Business is Making

Are budget leaks slamming your bottom line? Are you spending money on things you aren’t sure are valuable? No one likes to waste money, especially in business, where it can mean the difference between Christmas bonuses and Christmas layoffs. Here…

21 Tips to Be More Productive at Work

The ultimate productivity hack is a bit like the Holy Grail — everybody’s looking for it, no one can find it. Or, perhaps, they are ignoring it. There are actually a ton of solid, time-tested and research-backed strategies to increase…

5 Big Trends that Will Dominate Office Designs in 2014

These days a company’s office space is a direct reflection of the company’s identity and brand.  When you walk into a cool office space it should feel like an experience in interacting with that brand.  Typically reserved for ad agencies…

App Update: New Features! Time To Update Your iPad Receptionist App – v 1.7.1

It’s that time again! We’ve added new features to the iPad Receptionist and are ready for you to update your app in the app store. Here’s what you’ll find in the latest version: NDA Upload and Display   You’ll now…

SXSW Startup Corner Shoutout

SXSW 2014 has officially begun! We’re busy packing, shipping, and preparing ourselves for the big weekend ahead and it’s finally sunk in that we’ll be leaving for Austin within 24 hours. The booth is planned and all displays are ready,…

iPad Receptionist Macworld Review

by Jeffery Battersby      Dec 10, 2013 7:00 AM Los Trigos’ iPad Receptionist app works on a simple principle: Most businesses, even larger businesses, no longer employ fulltime receptionists to sit at the front desk waiting for someone to walk into…

Press Release: Armor Active Launches "Receptionist in a Box" iPad Kiosk with iPad Receptionist

As “business in a box” iPad kiosk solutions rapidly change the way businesses operate, ArmorActive leads the movement with TextUs.Biz to provide the “Receptionist in a Box.” This combined solution offers all the components necessary to “staff” a front desk,…

Press Release: TextUs.Biz Unveils ‘Receptionist in a Box’

BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 23, 2013 — In this post-recession economy companies are forced to maximize value from their full-time employees. One position that is increasingly difficult to justify is the receptionist. Many companies simply cannot afford one and others simply…

Press: The Denver Post – "Apps help old-school operations go new-school"

By Staff, The Denver Post  –  08/05/2013 08:01:57 AM MDT Business owners can send and receive text messages with their old-school landline number using software from a Boulder startup.TextUs.Biz bills its app as the only one to essentially turn…