Business Fintech News Helps SMBs Facing Hardship With Extended Support Hours, Free Subscriptions and Donation to GoFundMe’s Small Business Relief Initiative Expands Executive Team Adding Tom Clayton as Chief Revenue Officer, a leading provider of cloud-based software that simplifies, digitizes, and automates complex back-office financial operations for small and midsize businesses, announced it is taking steps to aid businesses coping with hardships from the COVID-19 pandemic. aims to support the SMB community at a time when many businesses face a significant decline in revenue while others struggle as their entire workforce is mandated to work remotely.

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“The purpose of the Small Business Relief Initiative is to put money directly into the hands of small businesses facing unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19”

The company is taking the following actions:

  • Waiving the first three months of subscription fees for new customers experiencing a significant decline in revenue as a result of COVID-19;
  • Extended support and service hours and resources to help those dealing with different schedules as they balance work and home life remotely; and
  • Donating to GoFundMe’s Small Business Relief Initiative.

“As a fourth generation entrepreneur, I have experienced indirectly and first hand the challenges of navigating a small business through such uncertain economic times. Add in the health concern for your employees and the complexity of transitioning them to work from home and the impact of COVID-19 is hard to fathom. At, we want to do whatever we can to help businesses,” said René Lacerte, Founder and CEO at

The contribution from to the GoFundMe Small Business Relief Fund, as part of the Small Business Relief Initiative (#smallbusinessrelief) includes donating one-hundred thousand dollars and creating an additional thirty thousand dollar fund, aimed at giving’s 600 employees fifty dollars each to donate to an impacted small business of their choosing.

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“One of the hardest things about this pandemic, is the devastating impact it is having on the SMB community. Growing up, I was fortunate to have a front row seat watching my parents and grandparents either create or nurture a half-dozen SMBs. Running a small business requires lots of passion with many long days over multiple years to make one’s vision become a reality. To have something out of the blue, that was not possible to plan for, take away all that work isn’t acceptable. SMBs need to raise cash quickly and that is why we joined forces with The Small Business Relief Initiative (SRBI). SMBs will be able to create cash raising campaigns to tap into the passion their customers have for them and in addition will be able to apply for additional assistance from the SBRI. All of us at share a passion to help small businesses and are proud to join the GoFundMe Small Business Relief Initiative and declare #istandforsmallbusiness,” says Lacerte.

“Our goal with the Small Business Relief Initiative is to help small businesses that are being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Tim Cadogan, GoFundMe CEO. “We’re grateful for companies like, who are joining the program by donating to the fund and providing resources to support those in need.”

“The purpose of the Small Business Relief Initiative is to put money directly into the hands of small businesses facing unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19,” said Alex Chriss, Intuit QuickBooks EVP and GM. “We’re pleased to have join in the effort to support small businesses and help them pay their employees and business-related expenses when they need it most.”

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