Introducing Pulse, Powered by BodeTree

Sunday, September 14, 2014

BodeTree, an online service that helps small business owners better understand their finances, has partnered with the Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to provide an online platform specifically built for greater small business success. The platform, named “Pulse,” is built to further grow and support consulting and development efforts already in place with the Small Business Development Center to ensure that Colorado continues to remain a top state for small business growth. With the platform coming online, more than 16,000 Colorado small businesses can now utilize Pulse to help drive greater business success.

“The creation of Pulse is allowing us to continue down the path of enhanced technology offerings for small business owners. This tool is meant for the busy entrepreneur who doesn’t have time to sit down every week with one of our consultants, but does have intentions on making decisions based on fact, not on hope,” said Abram Sloss, executive director for the Denver Metro SBDC. “There are SBDCs across the country offering services to small businesses today. We feel with Pulse we’re at the forefront of technology and bringing a truly innovative approach to providing greater services and capabilities to Colorado small businesses.”

“The launch of the Pulse platform in Colorado really builds upon our mission at BodeTree to empower small business owners with a big picture understanding of their financials and help them make the right decisions for growth and success,” said JT Archer, chief operating officer at BodeTree. “We’re big believers that coupling the capabilities of the SBDC with a platform built for success will ensure Colorado remains at the top of the nation for small business growth and success.”

“RTL Networks has found that Pulse is an excellent tool for our company, but we never would have found it, were it not for the Denver Metro SBDC,” said CEO Richard Lewis. “We at RTL appreciate the assistance the SBDC provides to so many small businesses and the connections to wonderful technology applications like Pulse.”

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