eAgency's Nice Office Co-Sponsors United States Small Business Administration's Procurement Events


eAgency's popular mobile business software - Nice Office - has been designated as an official co-sponsor of the United States Small Business Administration's Business Matchmaking program. Nice Office, which has been positioned as a "Chief Mobility Officer" for small business, joins Hewlett-Packard, Federal Express, Aflac, MasterCard, AMD, Lockheed Martin, American Airlines and Administaff in hosting the SBA's leading national series of procurement events.

Business Matchmaking, which brings together buyers from federal agencies and large corporations with entrepreneurs from around the country, has resulted in more than sixty million dollars in contracts for small firms and created more than 40,000 face to face meetings between procurement representatives and small business sellers.

Nice Office - "Chief Mobility Officer" - allows small firms to run their office and grow their company from anywhere wirelessly. The product is part IT manager, part executive assistant, part marketing director and part web master, and includes a complete set of web-based business tools to keep entrepreneurs up to date with prospects and clients any time, anywhere.

"We are happy to welcome eAgency and its Nice Office small business product to Business Matchmaking, and appreciate the free trial being provided to all small companies participating in our events around the country," said Diane Kegley, Producer of the private/public sector procurement series. Nice Office will be featured at the Southwest Regional Business Matchmaking event August 2 in Houston, Texas, and the Eastern Regional event scheduled for Philadelphia in September as well as the Southeastern meeting in November in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

"Nice Office has captured the imagination of the small business community where entrepreneurs must be on the move while maintaining access to information and control of their company. Many of those small firms need a Chief Mobility Officer, and so Nice Office displaces the hiring of a six figure MBA," said Tim Allard, eAgency's Chief Operations Officer.