Mobile devices are approaching half the traffic coming to restaurant websites — a sign that small businesses need to get smart about mobile website design.
Guest Post Expect to see Mom and Pop shops using the same cloud-based tools that Walmart uses for everything from marketing and Salesforce automation, CRM, and big data analysis to automated accounting and payroll, signing contracts, and much more.
Online document library Docstoc has acquired BestVendor in an effort to “make every small business better.”
The cloud storage startup announced on its blog that it will begin offering a new starter plan for $5 a month per person, for up to 10 people, that grants 100GB of cloud-based file storage.
Chief executive Blake Irving said he wants to make it as frictionless as possible for anyone to set up a small business online, which made Locu a hot acquisition target.
Dell execs hope to settle customer and partner anxiety with talk of their “big data” and cloud software products.
Booker, the cloud-based service management startup formerly known as GramercyOne, has closed a $27.5 million funding round.
Guest Post In the past, small businesses could afford a certain lack of sophistication in their HR processes. It was common practice to rely on Excel, but health care reform is changing the game.
Kabbage just announced it has closed a credit facility of $75 million, its largest to date. With these funds, Kabbage aims to provide 100,000 advances by the end of 2013.
A startup that provides one click backup and recovery for small businesses has pulled in $11 million in funding.
PayPal is entering the European market with its Here product, a mobile payments system that competes directly with Square.
Bislr wants to help SMBs manage their online marketing activities by creating one platform to rule them all.
Who would have thought that cloud computing would be the modern day equivalent of Robin Hood?
Docstoc, the online library of small-business documents, is giving its users a new kind of content: high-quality, beautifully produced videos that will give small and medium-sized businesses an MBA-level schooling in how to build and grow their companies.
Editor's Pick Profitably, a startup trying to bring deep financial analytics to small and medium businesses, was founded two years ago, in March of 2010. Exactly one year ago this week we reported that the company raised $1.1 million in seed funding to grow its team.
Seventy-three percent of small and medium businesses in the U.S. intend to purchase tablets in the next 12 months, but these companies won’t settle for any old tablet — they want iPads.
Entrepreneur Arianna O’Dell couldn’t stop wondering why no one else had thought of it before: An About.me website generator for small businesses.