The Wichita Eagle writes about Womply's national poll of small business owners, which ranked Kansas #1 for optimism but near the bottom for hiring intent.
The Newnan Times-Herald mentions Womply's small business sentiment study, which ranks Georgia #5 nationally for small business optimism.
Tyler Patchen, reporter at the Birmingham Business Journal, highlights Womply's survey data about small business sentiment in Alabama.
Womply President Cory Capoccia writes about the importance of distribution strategy in a column for Forbes.
Womply President Cory Capoccia shares tips with Forbes on what to look for when hiring tech talent.
Womply's Head of Communications talks to FitSmallBusiness.com about ways small businesses can get media coverage.
Womply President Cory Capoccia explains the importance of unit economics in building a technology company.
Womply founder Toby Scammell lays out what's at stake for the Trump presidency with American small business owners in this op-ed about taxes, healthcare, and immigration policy.
Rachel Watson of the Grand Rapids Business Journal cites Womply's small business optimism survey data for Michigan local business owners.
Amid a national healthcare reform debate, Crain's Detroit Business cited Womply's data about how Michigan small business owners feel about Obamacare repeal.
Womply's head of communications discusses how Kansas small business owners feel about healthcare reform according to the company's national survey data.
Womply's Head of Communications, Brad Plothow, talks about where online reputation management is heading for businesses.
Now small business merchants can automatically turn their transaction data into a database of all their customers.
SmallBizDaily's Rieva Lesonsky highlights TMS's partnership with Womply to offer Groovv Insights to its small business merchant portfolio.
Atlanta Business Radio, a property of High Velocity Radio, speaks with Womply about the company's focus on small business and it's national sentiment survey.
The Athens Banner-Herald, the news site of record for the Athens, Georgia, region, highlights Womply's small business optimism findings for the Peach State.
Integrity Payment Systems' merchants can now use Womply's technology and data tools to grow, protect, and simplify their businesses.
Streetfightmag.com writes about Mark Smith joining Womply's Lehi, Utah office as vice president of sales.
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.