MyCorporation includes Womply's research and commentary in an article about how small businesses can prepare for a disaster.
Womply's blog post about why small businesses are making more money from credit card transactions was featured in Small Biz Daily.
Womply President Cory Capoccia shares his thoughts on building a high-performing startup R&D culture with Forbes.
The Insurance Journal highlights Womply's Small Business Threat Index report, which outlines how SMBs assess and mitigate against big risks.
Womply Vice President Barry Davis lays out tips for merchant-level sales agents to make more money by adding more value to their clients' businesses.
Womply announces the company's compliance with the highest standard for transaction data security.
Womply's newest solution empowers small businesses to save time and retain more customers with automatic email marketing.
Marketplace, the largest business radio program in the U.S., highlights Womply's analysis of Hurricane Harvey's impact on local business revenue.
The Houston Business Journal quantifies Hurricane Harvey's impact on local business revenue using Womply's data.
Insurance Business Magazine recaps the key findings from our SMB Threat Index.
Hear about Womply's surprising analysis of Hurricane Harvey's impact on small businesses in a radio segment from Houston Public Media
The Green Sheet wrote a recap of Womply's Small Business Threat Index, which ranks the most damaging risks to American SMBs.
Womply customer Seafood Kitchen (coastal Florida) is highlighted in a story about creative marketing for mom-and-pop shops.
Womply released its 2017 Small Business Threat Index, which ranks the most damaging threats to local businesses nationwide.
NFIB.com cites Womply's small business sentiment data in a post about cash flow management.
Womply's sales VP, Mark Smith, petitions for a concerted effort to create a world-class tech sales ecosystem in Utah.
The NFIB cites Womply's small business sentiment data from a news report about top concerns among Alabama business owners.
The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah) writes about Womply's milestone of serving more than 100,000 small businesses in all 50 states.
Womply President Cory Capoccia explains why the SMB software market is ripe in a column for Forbes.com.
Womply announces the company now has more than 100,000 paying customers in 18,000 zip codes across all 50 states.