Posted on 23rd May 2017
A leading Sussex based accounting company has announced that it is now using revolutionary online based accounting software package in order to help its clients more easily manage their book-keeping and accounts and keep a better track of their financial position.
Keepers Accountancy based in Sussex has today announced that they have future-proofed their accounting software packages for their clients by moving to an award winning online accounting software package.
The company will now be using online accounting software company KashFlow which enables accountants and their clients to easily access their own financial records at any time, whenever they have access to the internet.
Online accounting software is considered by many to be the way that the industry is heading because it enables businesses to keep a constant eye on their company’s financial position without having to install costly and bulky software direct onto their computers.
This recent move proves Keepers Accountancy is a forward thinking and dynamic organisation. The system is easy to use, with continuous functionality development and Keepers Accountancy’s team of accountants can now talk to clients and update records in real time without having to wait for clients so send in reams of paper-work.
All the records held on the system are stored behind a state of the art encryption system that prevents data from being accessed or passed on without the user’s permission.
The software package will now be used by the company’s entire network of accountants who will, in turn, recommend it to their growing client base.
Speaking about the new contract James Grantham, Client Manager and Senior Accountant at Keepers Accountancy, said;
“We wanted to find a product that was easy to use for our clients that haven’t had any accountancy training, but still enabled us as their accountants to extract the information we need to provide a quality service. We’ve found exactly that in KashFlow. The fact that we can access data live over the internet means we can be more pro-active in advising our clients.”
Managing Director of KashFlow, Duane Jackson said,
“We’re very pleased to have been chosen by Keepers Accountancy and very happy that they have recommended our online accounting software package to their clients.
“Our software enables accountants to use the power of the internet to deliver a high-quality service to their clients. We’re looking forward to being a part of Keepers Accountancy’s drive to help small businesses and start-ups in and around Sussex.”
KashFlow launched its flagship product, an online tool specifically designed to help owner-managers in small businesses manage their accounts, in mid 2005. Since that time it has quickly won a significant share of the valuable accounting software market along with launching a new direct-to-accountant division in late 2006.
In late 2007 KashFlow won a Business Software Satisfaction Award, judged entirely by customer feedback, for the category of web-based accounting, beating the likes of Sage and Netsuite.
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