Smaller companies are rewriting tech buying rules with a penchant for the cloud.
Articles about SMBs
Still managing stacks of 'analog' contacts? These smartphone applications could make life easier; some even boast direct connections to LinkedIn and Salesforce.com.
A report by Zurich has found that while technology such as the internet and the cloud can be beneficial for small to medium businesses, it's also putting them at risk.
Optimizing for smartphones and tablets helps The Duck Store at the University of Oregon handle online traffic spikes on game days, helping it win out against big sporting goods retailers.
Neat is trying to break from its hardware roots to become a complete provider of cloud-based expense tracking and management workflow tools for SMBs.
Small businesses, in particular, seem to have a fondness for the Facebook secret sauce.
SMBs may not have the resources of large organizations, but they can be more agile when it comes to embracing new technologies. This briefing looks at how smaller companies can exploit this...
Wix said the key achievement of the app is that it gives small business sellers the freedom to sell items on both Etsy and Wix with cohesive branding.
The professional social network has agreed to pay $175 million for the B2B marketing platform.
The FinanceIT mobile application and Web service is currently used by around 3,700 businesses in Canada. A U.S. expansion is planned before the end of 2014.
Google's business chiefs explain how the Internet giant has been making strides to serve small businesses, including building assembling teams “laser-focused" on making ad campaigns readily available to jump across screens.
The German enterprise software giant already offers products for mid-market companies, but says the SMB division is designed specifically for businesses with 500 employees or less.
With the Perka app, SMB merchants can create a customized loyalty program to increase customer personalization and engagement efforts.
Want to ditch paper, text messages or plastic cards as a way of tracking or running your company's rewards program? These companies would love to help.
Led by former executives with Dun & Bradstreet and American Express, the startup's service uses analytics to introduce small companies to potential partners.
The SMB web company has patched a significant gap in its product offering with the release of the ShoutOut newsletter tool.