Online accountancy software provider KashFlow has signed a deal with online
money transfer company PayPal in conjunction with an ongoing arrangement with
web site developer Mr Sites Takeaway.
Kashflow announced in April this year that it would be partnering with Mr
Sites Takeaway a company that enables non-developers to create a professional
website providing SME’s with a more rounded business package when moving online.
Duane Jackson, MD KashFlow, said: ‘In today’s financial climate it is more
important than ever to support the small business community and this new
relationship with PayPal will undoubtedly give a helping hand to any enterprise
looking for important money saving options.’
The technology company’s will now be joined by online payment system PayPal,
who also work with eBay, to provide customers a greater online presence.
Subscribers of the small business bundle will receive a refund on their first
three months of transactions fees from PayPal, a 35% discount on developing
their website with Mr Site Takeaway and a free three month trial in conjunction
with a 25% discount to KashFlow accounts management systems.
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