Batchbook in the Press
Batchbook Press Kit
If you are writing about Batchbook, we can provide you with more information or interviews at your request. We can also put you in touch with Batchbook customers for their comments.
What is Batchbook?
Batchbook is CRM software designed for small businesses and organizations. We provide an affordable, cloud-accessible solution that is easy to adopt as an individual or a team. Our feature set includes full contact details management, social integration, To-Do List, advanced searching, list building and reporting.
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Batchbook Company History
Batchbook builds software that helps small businesses be awesome. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island. Our first product, also called Batchbook, was launched in Fall of 2007 at DEMO, the premiere conference for emerging and innovative technology. Batchbook is cloud-based, social friendly, customer relationship software for small businesses.
At Batchbook, we are passionate about small business and the role they can play in changing the world. Our mission is to provide powerful tools designed and priced specifically for small business. Our products enable customers to organize their businesses so they have more time to live their lives.
In early 2009, Batchbook founded The Small Business Web, a movement to bring together like-minded, customer-obsessed software companies to integrate their respective products and make life easier for small businesses. What began as a five company collaboration (Batchbook, FreshBooks, MailChimp, ShoeBoxed and Outright) grew to over 70 companies in one year and was described by Businessweek as “a fundamentally different way of doing business”.
Batchbook is a people-first company. We have assembled a diverse and passionate team of individuals to help us build, and just as importantly, support our product. We place high-value on customer service and the importance of human touch in business. All of our team members work flexible schedules and spend at least some of their time working virtually. In 2011, we moved into our current headquarters in Providence’s old jewelry district, where we are excited to be part of a growing trend of new technology businesses. We open up our office as a free co-working space every Thursday.
We have also been very active with local start up accelerator BetaSpring, with our CEO serving as a mentor. Inspired by this relationship, we have started to work with other accelerators throughout the world to offer Batchbook as a tool to help them organize and grow important relationships.