Share this content
Midwest Accounting & Finance Showcase
Illinois Society of CPAs

AccountingSuite Issues Bookkeeper Edition

Aug 27th 2015
Share this content

AccountingSuite, a relative new comer to cloud accounting, now has a Bookkeeper edition, designed to allow bookkeepers and accountants to service product-based companies and help manage company inventories on a laptop or mobile device.

The company officially released the product this week at the Midwest Accounting & Finance Showcase and Illinois CPA Society Show in Rosemont, Ill.

With AccountingSuite's 2016 Bookkeeper edition, users can get a real-time view into inventory, orders, margins, pricing and daily bank and credit card activity. CPAs and CFOs can also use AccountingSuite to analyze real-time financial health, forecast demand and find opportunities for growth using Order Grids, reporting tools and export tools. There is also the ability to open records for multiple companies and multiple tasks in a single session.

The company is currently offering the Bookkeeping Edition for $5 per month.

“AccountingSuite arms bookkeepers and accountants with the tools to create cost savings, efficiency and growth for their product based clients,” Kurt Kunselman, co-founder of AccountingSuite said in a statement. “Our cloud technology gives accountants insights to become a strategic partner in their clients' product businesses. We created AccountingSuite to be easy, friendly and smart.”

Back in June, AccountingSuite also released a client accounting services platform designed to enable immediate access to a client's accounting software or the firm's internal bookkeeping system, regardless of which computer you are using. It also provides the ability to handle multiple company accounts in real-time and simultaneously with a multi-client access function.

AccountingSuite is an all-in-one business application that includes accounting, cloud banking, order management, advanced inventory, project and time tracking in the cloud.

Is this something you or your clients could or would use?


Replies (0)

Please login or register to join the discussion.

There are currently no replies, be the first to post a reply.