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CheapAccounting and ClearBooks announce partnership

CheapAccounting and Clearbooks strike deal which sees ClearBooks entry-level software offered to CheapAccounting clients

CHEAPACCOUNTING AND CLEARBOOKS have struck a deal which will see the firm offer clients an entry-level version of the ClearBooks Cloud Accountancy suite, ClearBooks Entry.

ClearBooks Entry is a stripped-down version of the product, providing a cash book for clients who do not need a complex software suite.

The IT company is offering the software exclusively to CheapAccounting Franchise for a limited period, with general release expected in a few weeks – the company was unable to provide a specific date at publication.

ClearBooks London-based, while the CheapAccounting Franchise has offices in London, Brighton, Maidstone, Preston and Omagh.

Tom Fouracre, MD of ClearBooks, said: “We are thrilled that CheapAccounting has looked beyond desktop software such as Sage and is instead embracing and putting next generation cloud [online] technology at the heart of its proposition.”

CheapAccounting managing director Elaine Clark said: “This is a match made in cloud heaven. “Tim and I share many business values, vision and in fact a very similar background…I guess our paths were bound to cross at some point; luckily for our clients they have and we have a fabulous future proof cloud accountancy solution to offer them.”

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