Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Verizon Wireless introduces small business advisor tool

Verizon Wireless has announced the introduction of the Small Business Advisor — a free, interactive tool that provides quick and easy recommendations for mobile solutions. The new service is designed to help customers find small business solutions that help boost productivity, protect information and use wireless technology to grow their business.

The Small Business Advisor takes on the role of an electronic consultant and saves the entrepreneur valuable time. There are plenty of applications across Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Windows platforms; this tool can point the user in the right direction, finding the apps that make the most sense to boost business efficiency in many areas including customer interaction, office administration, travel and video.

Users find apps and accessories with the help of a wizard that asks a few quick questions about the industry, the operating system of their mobile device, desired mobile tasks and overall business needs. It then analyzes the information and provides the user with a condensed profile of the most relevant and logical apps and accessories to download or purchase via a QR code.

“The Small Business Advisor is a key part of our SMB approach, helping our customers better determine the right applications for their business and get the most from their mobile devices,” said Michael Schaefer, executive director, Wireless Business Solutions, Verizon Wireless. “No matter what vertical our SMB customers are in, they all tell us they want the best tools to differentiate their business, expedite workflow, and save time and money. We are continually refining and delivering the best suite of tools to help our customers manage their business interests.”

Verizon Wireless’ Small Business Advisor is available for free at


Blogger Richard Weinberger said...

Business consulting nowadays is growing its roots.It is mandatory to hire a consultant in order to take wise decisions.But what i recommend is, the business owner should undergo the training of business consultant and become independent to take decisions.Just a help here

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December 5, 2013 at 2:37 AM 
Blogger Anita Mas said...

When you start your new business, a smartphone becomes such a good tool. It helps so much. I appreciate stuff like this.

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July 28, 2014 at 6:09 PM 

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