Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 7, 2010
As an integral part of the Solutions for Small Business (http://www.solutionsforssmallbusiness.com) initiative, a set of white papers explores how small-sized organizations can harness web-based technologies to enhance productivity and better manage cash flow.
The first report, entitled “Web Based Productivity Tools for Small Business,” describes how 2010 is turning out to be a particularly fertile year for adopting new web-based productivity tools that can improve interactions with customers, streamline business processes, and help companies stand apart from their competitors. The reason: technologies that improve the efficiency of small businesses are rapidly maturing, offering more ways to “talk” to customers, harness a virtual workforce, and access key software programs. The report covers some of the key players who have developed effective technologies at an affordable cost.
The second report, entitled “Cash Flow Management Solutions for Small Business,” explores the online tools and technologies that are now available to small business owners and managers so that they can improve the way they manage cash flow and, in the process, secure the insight they need to plan for the future.
The reports conclude that the quality of the broadband network infrastructures that underpin these important new small business tools play a critical role in their success. Fast and reliable Internet connections from local broadband providers (such as cable companies) are essential to business owners and managers looking to get the most from their technology investments.
To learn more and download these reports, offered at no charge, visit http://www.SolutionsForSmallBusiness.com.
About Solutions for Small Business
Solutions for Small Business is an initiative of CTAM, the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing, which is dedicated to helping the cable business grow. Cable companies supporting the Solutions for Small Business initiative include Armstrong; Atlantic Broadband; Bresnan; Bright House; Cable One; Comcast; Cox; Insight, Mediacom, Optimum Business; Suddenlink and Time Warner Cable. Small business owners can learn about the initiative at http://www.solutionsforsmallbusiness.com.
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