The small business bookkeeping software specialist, Kashflow, has signalled
its intention to move into a new market by targeting accountants.
This week the IT group announced that it had introduced extra functionality
to its package that will enable accountants to carry out all the professional
reports they need without having to use any other accounting software packages.
Kashflow will now offer a complete set of accountant’s reports that include
balance sheet, profit and loss, trial balance, aged debtors and creditors, and a
‘When KashFlow was initially launched the plan was to just have the system
export to Sage in order for accountants to extract and complete the necessary
‘Whilst exporting to Sage is still possible, our new functionality means
accountants can now use KashFlow in a self-contained way with no need to use
Sage at all,’ said Duane Jackson, Kashflow managing director.
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