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Small and Midsize Business (SMB)

Small and midsize businesses (SMBs; aka small and medium-sized enterprises, SMEs) are smaller than large enterprises. There’s no standard, formalized description of SMBs or what separates a small business from a midsize one. One guideline to follow is categorizing small businesses as those with fewer than 100 employees and/or less than $50 million in annual revenue, while midsize businesses have fewer than 1,000 employees and/or less than $1 billion in revenue (but more than $50 million).

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Small and Midsize Business (SMB)

Due to their size, SMBs often have different technical requirements and face different challenges than larger enterprises. SMBs often need to “do more with less,” with constraints on their budget or sustainable staff levels.

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