Smaller companies are rewriting tech buying rules with a penchant for the cloud.
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New features include support for multiple store locations and an integrated time clock that keeps track of employee shifts.
Available on both Android and Apple iOS, the new TextGrabber + Translator supports 40 world languages. But it's not the only game in town.
Small retailers like Apricot Lane Peoria are driving transactions on the social network by offering a personal touch and using the Ecwid shopping cart app.
Microsoft is unifying its myriad volume-licensing contracts, creating a new single agreement for businesses using its cloud, on-premises and, ultimately, device offerings.
At the end of November, the company raised $10 million to help fuel partner development and its expansion into markets including Asia and Europe.
Google on Thursday announced the global launch of Google Partners, a program designed to help agencies and web professionals succeed online making it easier to access Google resources, training, and support all in one place.
Fueled by $150 million in new funding intended for U.S. expansion, the company is using its cloud-centric approach to challenge market leader Intuit.
After January, all businesses regardless of their size will be subject to a 2.75 percent fee for mobile transactions that are swiped or 3.5 percent for sales entered manually.
When juggling workloads and schedules started hurting its ability to scale, services firm Fisher Vista adopted cloud-based time tracking applications from Replicon.
It's almost the end of the year, which means yes, it's almost tax season again too.
Looking forward to the second fiscal quarter report, Wall Street looks like it is banking on Intuit to rebound well before tax season gets underway.
Forthcoming integration will enable small and midsize business to calculate workers' compensation premiums every pay period, instead of making big prepayments.
By automating certain functions in the cloud, Ninkasi Brewing has been able to focus more on talent management and development.
The offering will be commercially available in the first quarter of 2014.
The Spillers Group uses Roambi Analytics and the Flow mobile application to provide restaurant managers with deeper insights into costs.