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29% of Companies See Improved Accuracy with Accounts Payable Automation

In a recent report by EIN Presswire, it was found that nearly one-third of businesses have experienced enhanced accuracy through implementing accounts payable automation. This trend is gaining momentum as more and more companies are realizing the benefits of this technology. EIN Presswire is a leading press release distribution company that helps businesses of all sizes reach their target audience. With a comprehensive media database and distribution network, EIN Presswire is able to get your message in front of the right people.


Discover the Secret to Small Business Success This Holiday Season!

According to the Daily Breeze, technology is playing a crucial role in helping small businesses thrive during the holiday season. With the help of innovative tools and strategies, local businesses in the Harbor Area, Beach Cities, Torrance, Carson, Palos Verdes Peninsula, and beyond are seeing increased sales and success. From online marketing to streamlined operations, technology is proving to be a game changer for small businesses. Don't miss out on this valuable information!


Discover the Top Tech for Working From Home in 2023/2024

Stay ahead of the game with the latest work from home technology. From laptops to webcams, PC World has rounded up the best tools to boost your home office. (Source: PCWorld)


Is Your Business' Tech Stack Holding You Back? Here's How to Tell

According to a recent interview with Stephen Kurtz, president of Total IT, it's important for businesses to regularly evaluate and upgrade their tech stack. This can help improve performance and streamline tasks. But how do you know when it's time for an upgrade? Kurtz shares four tell-tale signs to look out for:

  1. Performance issues, such as lagging systems or frequent crashes
  2. Outdated software or hardware
  3. Difficulty integrating new tools or systems
  4. Security vulnerabilities

Big Tech Sponsors Biden Admin's Small Business Week

Big Tech companies like Amazon, Google, and Meta have been sponsoring the Small Business Administration's (SBA) annual event, National Small Business Week (NSBW), since President Joe Biden took office. A letter from advocacy groups, led by the Revolving Door Project, was sent to the SBA on Monday expressing concern about the partnerships. The letter claims that the partnerships contradict the Biden administration's efforts to take on these tech giants. The groups believe that the SBA's decision to partner with these monopolistic companies goes against President Biden's Executive Order On Promoting Competition. Amazon, Google, and Meta are accused of bullying third party sellers, monopolizing digital advertising, and buying up competitors.


Small Businesses Leveraging Integrations Win Big: Pipedrive Marketplace Survey Results

Pipedrive, a sales CRM for small businesses, recently released their Marketplace yearly results and most popular apps of 2023. The data shows that small businesses using software integrations to automate tasks across the revenue cycle win about 1.5 times more deals than companies that have not adopted any third-party tools. With more than 400 integrations, the Pipedrive Marketplace enables customers to sync their data across systems all in one place and automate and optimize processes. This technology helps increase productivity, reduce manual errors, find more qualitative leads faster or enhance team collaboration, making a huge difference in sales.


Tech Startups Flocking to New York: What Does it Mean?

More and more tech startups are choosing to set up shop in New York City, according to WebProNews. This trend has been growing over the past few years, with many tech companies deciding that the Big Apple is the best place to launch their business. This influx of tech startups has had a positive effect on the city's economy, with more jobs being created and more investment opportunities available. It has also helped to boost the city's reputation as a tech hub, attracting more tech talent and investors.


Unlock the Secrets to Success: Tech Trends for Small Businesses in the Digital Age

Small businesses are always looking for new ways to stay competitive in the digital world. Technology is constantly changing, and there are many trends that can help small businesses stay successful. This article by Waqas Javed on Medium explores the key tech trends that can help small businesses succeed in the digital age. Cloud computing and collaboration tools, e-commerce integration, mobile optimization, artificial intelligence (AI) for automation, and cybersecurity measures are all important aspects of staying ahead in the digital age.


Cramer Reveals How Small Businesses Can Leverage New Technology for Success

Jim Cramer recently discussed how small businesses can use new technology to their advantage. He believes that the right technology can help small businesses compete with larger companies. Cramer also highlighted the importance of having a strong online presence and utilizing digital marketing to reach customers. Additionally, he discussed the importance of using data to make decisions and how technology can help businesses track customer behavior and preferences.


Discover the Latest Trends in Home and Small Business Security Systems

A new report from 2023-2027 has revealed that DIY and traditional home security systems offerings are converging. This report, from Yahoo Finance, suggests that this convergence will create a more comprehensive security system for both home and small business owners. It also suggests that this convergence will create more efficient and cost-effective security solutions.


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