An arsenal of unlimited accounting features which help you maximize your bottom line, productivity and peace-of-mind when running an e-business.
Zoho is an online office suite which boasts a plethora of software solutions to business, study and home demands. Amongst the standard options like word processing, spreadsheets and presentations – Zoho has also expanded into online accounting with its ‘Books’ suite. The company has offices in China, Japan and the United States and serves more than 9 million customers worldwide. A consistently rewarded company (PC World, InfoWorld, TechBrunch) – Zoho is one of the very best online accounting solutions dedicating to saving you time and money.
|Packaging of Services||An arsenal of unlimited features which makes competitors’ multi-tier plans look irrelevant.|
|Organization||Forget about organizing your finances and payments by fully automating the process.|
|Mobility||Use mobile apps and set up multiple users so that your team can collaborate remotely.|
|Ease of Use||Take advantage of the slick Mac-like interface and follow Zoho’s own advice – “Demystify Accounting.”|
With experience in productivity tools also, Zoho’s Books brings in these features like time-tracking and project management that allows you to focus exclusively on growing your business. Other online accounting tools dabble in this, but nothing like Books.
Within Books is the ability to take payments online, from anywhere and from anybody. This feature allows you to sidestep the more expensive payment options and take money directly through a low-fee portal.
Everything contained within Books is supposed to take the tasks out of your hands. Chief amongst these is the automation feature, which includes relieving you of the pressures of data entry by being able to connect your bank accounts to the software. Other automated tasks include stock management, double entry, billing, payment reminders and more.
The big red ‘Sign-up’ button on the homepage if your best friend when it comes to getting the ball rolling with Zoho Books. It makes you eligible for a 14-day free trial, courtesy of just some basic information about your company and self, which starts as soon as you click ‘Submit.’ The only remaining task on your part is to verify your e-mail address and then you’re straight into the interface.
Zoho Books, whilst also being one of the most easy-to-use and feature packed online accounting tools out there, is also one of the cheapest. Operating on a single plan basis at just $24.00 per month, you’ll find that there’s pretty much nothing that this can’t do that it’s $50.00/month competitors can. Pretty much everything is unlimited (invoices, estimates, bills, expenses, customers, vendors etc.) and the only real restriction is that your account is tied to a single organization. If you want to register a second company, it’ll be another $24.00 and be held under a separate login. Oh, and you can also save $48.00 if you sign up for a year and pay in one go.