Microsoft Corp. has joined with MasterCard, FedEx, and Bank of America to provide a comprehensive tool to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Enhancements to financial management, payroll solutions and shipping have been made to Microsoft Startup Center, a free online guide that provides step by step advice and resources that fulfill small business owners' needs.
The website features an easy to follow format. New to the content is small business advice from entrepreneurial experts, Rich and Jeff Sloan of StartupNation.
"With these additional resources, visitors to StartupCenter.com are equipped with real world tools to help small businesses succeed," says Cindy Bates, general manager of U.S. Small Business at Microsoft. "By combining extensive knowledge from four companies that have an established commitment to the small business community, we are creating a comprehensive experience on the web for small businesses."
An extension of Microsoft's Small Business Center website, Startup Center can be personalized for free. MasterCard provides users with access to flexible cash flow management solutions, business intelligence, and special programs and services. They include a find a card tool, which enables businesses to choose the right payment card for their needs.
Bank of America adds tools for financial and payroll management, small business checking and credit card accounts, and an online health insurance platform.
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