Smart Online, a provider of software as a service, is moving its stock to the Nasdaq.
Smart Online currently trades over the counter under the symbol SOLN.
The company plans to keep the same symbol when it begins trading on the Nasdaq on Jan. 17.
“Smart Online’s move to the Nasdaq Capital Market is an important milestone for the company–it complements the success we have had in building our leading web-native business applications which enable small businesses to start and grow,” said Michael Nouri, president and chief executive officer of Smart Online.
“Now that Smart Online offers a broad range of online applications such as accounting, human resources management, customer relationship management, sales force automation and eCommerce storefront, we determined this was the right time to list on the premier stock exchange for technology companies,” he added. “Smart Online’s listing on the Nasdaq will increase our exposure to a wider range of investors.”
Smart Online: www.smartonline.com