Small Business Software


The best small business software solution.

What is the best small business software?

First of all, the purpose of any software, no matter it is developed for small, mid-sized, or large companies, is replacing manual and paper processes.


Second, small business software, as any software solution, should help companies to run their business operations smoother.


Third, small business software should cut business costs. Really, computerization and automation allow making your staff and business processes more efficient that saves your company's business time, and as a result, you save companies money and increase its revenue.



Today, there are a lot of small business software solutions on the market; they may be grouped into a few main categories depending on their destinations:
  • Increasing office productivity: 
    • office software such as Microsoft Office and tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and others; 
    • communication and collaboration software such as messaging, online chats, and video conferencing helps employees to share information and work together.
  • Accounting and bookkeeping software such as QuickBooks, SAP, and other providers: 
    • recording and measuring sales, expenses and profits;
    • automating some business activities such as creating invoices, billing, payroll, and others.
  • Customer relationship management (CRM) software: 
    • records customer information; 
    • finding out the main trends in customers' buying habits.
  • Inventory management software: 
    • monitoring company’s stocks 
    • controlling and managing the company’s inventory.

Some small business can use additional computer programs and software applications such as enterprise resource planning, human resources software, database management systems, and other, but such solutions can add cost to small businesses and complexity to their IT systems.

With the growth of using Web and mobile computing, the range of small business software has considerably expanded. Therefore, the small business software can be divided into the next three main groups:

  • desktop software,
  • mobile applications,
  • web-based tools.

Using each of them has some advantages and disadvantages. The desktop software provides richer functionality than web-based tools; however, browser-based applications usually have a lower cost or even are used for free wherever there is an internet connection.