90% of Italian companies have less than 10 employees. Business owners have often become entrepreneurs through their ingenuity (and also in better economic situations than the current ones) and manage their businesses with the perspicacity and experience they’ve acquired over the years: However, these qualities no longer make the difference in an increasingly more competitive and complex market like ours. Furthermore, businessmen do not have enough time or suitable business management tools to plan for the future and they cannot follow all the procedures or meet all the legal obligations. Often they do not have time to interpret the balance sheets prepared by accountants or to analyze important information. Thus, not only does the businessman have to solve problems that have already emerged, but he has to face the consequent added problems every day until the year ends with results constantly inferior to the energy spent and foreseen expectations.