Who says winter is a time for hibernating? We’ve been really busy here at Batchbook lately continuing to make improvements to the new version of our social CRM, including our recent integrations with Xero and HootSuite and our first version of the mobile app. Our team members also have been travelling quite a bit, to places like Atlanta, California, and New Zealand!
On top of all that, we’ve been featured in several media stories, including an interview broadcast on CNBC, podcast radio interviews and on news sites and blogs the world over!
In February, the CNBC film crew visited the Batchhaus to film an interview with Pamela on the effect the new health care laws will be having on small business. Everything went off without a hitch, despite certain folks who wanted to wear unicorn masks. We treated the camera and sound crew to some classic Rhode Island donut cake while Pam shared her insights on running a family-first organization.
Our VP of Marketing, Ray Bonachea, was also on camera for an interview during ITEXPO Miami, discussing how Batchbook works for small businesses.
After a visit to New Zealand by our Vice President of Marketing Ray Bonachea, The Dominion Post, one of the largest publications in New Zealand, called us a “trendy American cloud software firm.” We were honored to be featured for our recent partnership with cloud accounting tool Xero.
Ray also sat down for a quick interview with Radio New Zealand while town, to talk about our Xero integration and how customers and small businesses build relationships in a social media world. The interview starts at the 8:30 mark here.
Our friends over at Small Business Trends wrote about our new HootSuite integration and the changing customer landscape, where people now expect you to communicate with them EVERYWHERE.
At the beginning of the year, Pamela sat down for an interview with Entrepreneur on Fire. During the podcast, Pamela answers some rapid fire questions about Batchbook and her feelings on the importance of small businesses as world-changers.