eLedger.com Captures the Power of the Web

Internet-based accounting is no longer just for the big guys who can afford it. eLedger.com, an application service provider, just announced its Web-based accounting application solutions for small businesses.

Now, for as little as $19.95 per month for ten users, companies can access their business data 24 hours a day from the Internet through an application that has the look and feel of Windows-based software. The new service also allows simultaneous access to multiple users from multiple locations, so data is always just a mouse-click away.

Accountants utilizing the new software can now look at client data in real-time. That introduces the possibility of improved efficiency. And as for upkeep, eLedger.com takes care of that. No software installation is required for accountants or their clients to use the new service and upgrades and back-ups are a thing of the past. eLedger.com runs on a highly secure and private data center where information is backed up on multiple, redundant systems.

eLedger's basic feature set includes general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, invoicing, financial reporting, and services inventory. Telephone support is free for the first 90 days.

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