Utah Public Radio highlighted Womply's study of small business optimism, which revealed that the Beehive State ranks #3 nationally with 13 optimists for every one pessimist.
Womply President Cory Capoccia comments on the payments industry's imperative to make checkout invisible and reduce overall complexity.
Total Merchant Services joins forces with Womply to help merchants use technology and data to grow, protect, and simplify their businesses.
PYMNTS.com cites Womply's 2017 small business sentiment study in its National Small Business Week research digest.
The Rochester Business Journal highlights Womply's state of small business report for New York.
The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah) writes about Womply's small business sentiment study.
Read about Womply's 2017 small business sentiment and intentions study — #13 in SmallBizDaily's roundup of small business data for National Small Business Week.
Womply surveyed thousands of small business owners in all 50 states to reveal what's driving optimism, anxiety, and action for Main Street entrepreneurs in 2017.
“Data really is king... There are companies that specialize in that kind of granular data analysis — and Vantiv has announced a partnership with Womply to help small merchants tap into machine learning to their end consumers."
Payscape, a financial technology and payment processing innovator, today announced it has partnered with Womply to bring technology and big data to small businesses.
Womply President Cory Capoccia discusses the evolution of the payments space and the technology companies driving innovation for U.S. merchants.
With Womply Protect, small business merchants can receive proactive threat alerts, encourage positive online reviews, receive direct customer feedback, safeguard important information, and more from a single login.
The partnership empowers merchants to use Vantiv BizShield and Insights to manage, protect, and simplify their businesses with real-time data, advanced analytics, online reputation management, and proactive threat management.
Capterra discusses how Womply helps SMBs use big data to attract customers and simplify daily tasks. Womply has already helped tens of thousands of SMB clients in every corner of America find value in their information.
One increasingly popular retention strategy is to give businesses data, and more of it. Data to help merchants learn just how they’re doing, and what their customers are up to, is the main business of San Francisco-based Oto Analytics Inc., which does business as Womply. The company’s core Insights product generates data from 4 million businesses and 15 social-media sites, Barry Davis, vice president of business development, said at a panel session entitled “Value Beyond Processing: New Revenue Streams From Non-Transaction Related Products.”
Womply won the first-place TestTrack2017 Innovation Award, which included a $1,000 cash prize and complimentary exhibit space at Transact 17, the Electronic Transactions Association's annual conference to be held in May 2017 in Las Vegas. "It was an honor to compete with such prestigious and technologically advanced companies as POPcodes, OneSource, ControlScan and Protocol," [Womply's Barry] Davis said.
"We were primarily motivated for the right workforce, but there were also better economic conditions," says Cory Capoccia, president of the firm Womply, a business-support startup that expanded from California in August 2016. "The market is growing strongly, but there also isn't the same overhead that you get in some of the other markets like San Francisco."
Boosted by a recent $30 million growth equity round from Sageview Capital, Womply has been able to quickly ramp up efforts across all three locations and Utah is seeing a portion of that benefit.
Womply launched Retention Intelligence, an analytics solution designed to monitor processing volumes, online activities and competitive market trends.
Retention Intelligence will help acquirers and processors proactively identify risk and reduce merchant attrition. Alerts can be delivered by email or sent directly into a CRM or ticketing system for use by an acquirer/processor’s Customer Service, Retention, and Sales teams to focus on merchants that need their attention.