A financial recording system that promotes efficiency, accuracy and collaboration within your business is of paramount importance.
We can recommend, provide up-to-date training and supply a range of accounting software packages, including Xero, Kashflow, Sage and Quickbooks.
Our software specialists are on hand to run through the various options that would be suited to your business and budgetary requirements, provide demonstrations and assist with the implementation of the chosen software system to ensure that it is a seamless transition. Once the software is set up and integrated into your business, we will provide full training and ongoing support.
We are accredited suppliers for the following software:
Xero is a cloud-based accounting software designed for small and medium businesses. The key features of Xero include automatic bank and credit card account feeds, invoicing, accounts payable, expense claims, fixed asset depreciation, purchase orders, and standard business and management reporting. Xero can automatically import bank and credit card statements.
Quickbooks is an accounting software that is geared mainly towards small and medium sized businesses. Some of the key feautures of Quickbooks are remote access capabilities, remote payroll assistance and outsourcing, electronic payment functions, online banking and reconciliation. Cloud based versions of the software are available.
Sage, is a British multinational enterprise software company based in Newcastle upon Tyne, with offices in 24 countries. Worldwide, Sage has 6.1 million customers making it the largest accountancy software provider on this list. Sage mainly targets small business owners. We are accredited suppliers of the following Sage packages:
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