Our team is adept in using a range of online and desktop software.
Our Digital Solutions
Given our accounting and tax experience, we have our favourite solutions! However, we also appreciate that in some sectors, our favourite does not cut the mustard!
Therefore, we are happy to use the clients’ preferred solution. This does not create any issues for us, as all accounting and tax solutions have to comply with the same rules and regulations – it’s just that they have a different look and feel.
Our preferred accounting solutions are as follows:
We spoke highly of our Sage desktop package, believing that it was the bees knees! But then came Xero, this package has transformed our business, streamlined invoicing and collections and the reporting has given us far more insight than we had before.
This our recommended package.
Sage offers two flavours of their software – a desktop/server version and an online version. The desktop/server version is robust and secure and provides a good level of reporting and management. You can setup multiple users and can control access levels.
Their online version is not as powerful as their desktop version but it is great for small businesses.
We have many clients who use one or the other version of Sage for their business.
Quickbooks / Kashflow
We have a few clients who use Quickbooks for their business. We are happy to work with this software.
What Our Clients Say
We have more, but that would be just showing off! Why not call us today and find out exactly why over 400 of our clients are happy? We’ll make sure that you leave our office with a smile and the confidence that we’ll help you and your business.
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