Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce Partners with SaaS Markets to Launch New Web-Based App Store for Businesses and Entrepreneurs

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New SaaS App Store Provides Business Owners with Easy and Affordable Tech Tools to Successfully Manage Business Operations

The chamber’s goal is to provide businesses and entrepreneurs with the tools for success, and we are confident that our partnership with SaaS Markets will open many new opportunities for our members.

The Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce today announced the launch of an innovative SaaS App Store created via the chamber’s partnership with SaaS Markets, a global leading business app store provider. Starting today, business owners and entrepreneurs in the state of Idaho will have access to pre-qualified software-as-a-service applications (SaaS) designed to add value to their businesses.

The App Store, which will be accessible through the Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce’s website, provides valuable tools designed for chamber members to help them run their businesses and maximize success. SaaS Markets and the new App Store provide more than 1,300 trusted cloud-based applications specifically designed to meet the various business needs of local entrepreneurs. By delivering these various applications in one place, members will save valuable time, money and resources.

“The chamber’s goal is to provide businesses and entrepreneurs with the tools for success, and we are confident that our partnership with SaaS Markets will open many new opportunities for our members,” said Matthew Hunter, president and CEO of the Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce. “We were impressed with SaaS Markets’ comprehensive approach to the development of App Stores along with the company’s extensive experience. The new App Store will help our members find reliable and affordable web-based business solutions that will allow them to continue thriving here in the Pocatello region.”

By developing a SaaS App Store with SaaS Markets, the Pocatello Chamber gives its business members the ability to easily find the right tool for any job and the added benefit of “try-before-you-buy” free trials and educational materials. The App Store’s robust business applications are all “cloud-based,” meaning they’re scalable, customizable and easily accessible to members in a variety of industries. These include, but are not limited to:

*Accounting and Finance
*Data Management
*Sales Security
*Website and Content Management

Navigating the store is quick, easy and affordable for chamber members, with most applications costing between $15 and $20 a month. Because of the low cost and commitment, business owners will be able to better manage their business operations, while eliminating the high capital expenses of purchasing and deploying hardware and software designed to improve their operational efficiency.

“Business owners and entrepreneurs all face the issue of needing to identify the right tools and applications to efficiently manage their business,” said Ferdi Roberts, founder and CEO of SaaS Markets. “The goal for SaaS Markets is to provide business owners, such as the Pocatello Chamber members, with the vital SaaS applications necessary to successfully operate their businesses. With this App Store, we will help business owners in Idaho find affordable IT solutions that perform as promised, so that they can focus their efforts on building their businesses.”    

The App Store is now live and available to chamber members at

About SaaS Markets
SaaS Markets, based in San Mateo, Calif., and Dublin, Ireland, designs and delivers App Stores for the software-as-a-service (SaaS) market. Through relationships with major financial institutions, retail brands, technology companies, small business associations and leading brands, SaaS Markets is bringing software-as-a-service to millions of small and medium-sized businesses across the globe. SaaS Markets offers individual businesses a user-friendly portal that makes it easy to choose the SaaS tool that is right for their business needs. Learn more at: or call 650.458.0748.

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