By Rakesh Sharma, 16 May 2013
By itself, budgeting can be overwhelming task for small businesses. After all, this is where the rubber hits the road. Expensive on-premise software further complicates the task. Fortunately, a solution is on hand. In this PlanGuru review we will see how this budgeting and forecasting software simplifies and automates any forward looking financial analysis. We will look at its interface, features, and see how it can be of use to you.
By Rakesh Sharma, 24 April 2013
Typically, billing customers can be a mix of homegrown systems, spreadsheets and paperwork for small-medium businesses. This week, we look at Fusebill a recurring billing and payments solution that simplifies all your billing. In this Fusebill review we will look at its features, interface, and see how it can be of use to you.
By Rakesh Sharma, 23 April 2013
In our previous review of FreeAgent, we focused on the tool’s utility for freelancers. We discussed the solution’s features and interface. Since we last discussed them, FreeAgent has added a slew of new features and functionality to make their tool better as well as a product re-design, which included a new overview page, new features and navigation, optimization for the iPad and increased speeds by 30%. In this new FreeAgent review we will see some features that the company introduced in the previous months.
By Stephanie Miles, 22 April 2013
When overworked business owners manage high volumes of bills and invoices on their own, mistakes are bound to occur. Entryless is an accounts payable as a service suite that aims to enable companies to see, manage and pay all their AP online under one platform, thus reducing the chances for financial errors by automating the process of managing invoices and reducing the workload for busy entrepreneurs.
By Julia Rozwens, 15 April 2013
We asked Steve Adams, CEO of Fusebill, a few questions about his company and view of the markets they serve. GetApp: Who are you and what is your role in the company? I’m Steve Adams CEO at Fusebill an automated billing and payments platform for subscription based companies. I’ve been leading high-tech and software companies for a little over 20 years, most recently as VP and General Manager with j2 Global, which acquired Ottawa-based Protus, a company I helped propel into one of the fastest growing companies in Canada, and where I met and worked with many of the people on the Fusebill team.
By Rakesh Sharma, 20 March 2013
If someone were to ask me about the elements that make up a good SaaS solution, constant iteration would be top of my list. In an industry where speed and agility is of essence, most solutions rush the first iteration of their product quickly out the door. Which is fine, as long as they iterate later. Unfortunately, that is rarely the case. BillQuick, an accounting software solution we reviewed earlier, seems to be an exception. They have released the latest iteration of their software with a bunch of cool new features.
By Stephanie Watson, 15 March 2013
If you run a small business and are have been struggling with excess amounts of paperwork and confusing spreadsheets, you’re in luck. Outright is a comprehensive and easy-to-use online accounting program that simplifies the bookkeeping process. With Outright you will be able to organize your small business income and expenses, link your bank and credit card accounts and even have tax information at your fingertips throughout the year. I actually use Outright for my bookkeeping needs. As you might have guessed, I am a freelancer. It's just me, so I'm the worker and the accountant. I'm going to say up front that I love Outright and have been using it since it first came on the market, when it was completely free. Let´s start our Outright review.
By Stephanie Watson, 14 February 2013
QuickBooks by Intuit is now available in an online version to allow you to keep track of your accounting and bookkeeping tasks all in one place. We will see in this QuickBooks Online review how you can get immediate access to secure online accounting software and the ability to keep everything organized in one place. I got the chance to try it and am impressed by how easy and effective the program is.
By Emma, 19 December 2012
On the up side, freelancing liberates you to work your own schedule, choose your own clients, avoid a long commute and be your own boss. On the down side, the more successful you are as a self-employed freelancer, the greater the risk of attracting an audit from the government. Though it may seem tedious, devoting a small amount of time to organizing an effective accounting system will keep your freelance business in order and minimize stress at tax time. Here is a five-step crash course in accounting for freelancers:
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By Michele Nachum, 16 November 2012
Invoicing can be done several ways. You can create a template in Word for example and email or snail mail the invoice to your clients and customers. Or you can do it electronically as part of a financial management application. There are also stand-alone invoicing applications that will help you create send and track your invoices. These solutions have become rather popular as they provide an affordable means to automate all of your invoicing process. Blinksale is one such user-friendly solution that can help your business with a simple and effective way to get money from your clients. Let's take a look.