Yahoo! and NetLedger Partner to Provide Accounting Solutions
NetLedger and Yahoo! have announced a new partnership, which will allow NetLedger to offer access to its business services through the Yahoo!® Store. Clients will be able to place orders through the Yahoo!® Store and have the information directly input into their NetLedger account. The result will be consistently updated inventory and sales data, and an easier time taking care of the accounting.
Larry Ellison, chief executive officer of Oracle and chairman of NetLedger, Inc. said, "The integration of NetLedger's accounting system with Yahoo! Store enables small businesses to go online more quickly and less expensively than ever thought possible."
The partnership between Yahoo! Store and NetLedger is expected to allow users of the Yahoo! Store to keep track of their accounting through a unified login process. Merchants will enjoy Internet access "anytime, anywhere" along with two months of free service when they sign up. The service is also priced out at $4.95 per user per month.
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