NEXT GENERATION ONLINE ACCOUNTING PLATFORM WILL  MAKE MANAGING FINANCES EASIER FOR ACCOUNTANTS AND THEIR CLIENTS

“Accountants can be confident they are recommending a trusted accounting software brand”

Reckon Software (formerly Lindenhouse) has announced the UK launch of a brand new exciting online accounting platform that will help to make managing finances easier than ever for accountants and small to medium sized businesses.

NEXT GENERATION ONLINE ACCOUNTING PLATFORM WILL  MAKE MANAGING FINANCES EASIER FOR ACCOUNTANTS AND THEIR CLIENTS

Reckon One has the potential to win significant market share as it offers a truly next generation modular and affordable approach to managing all of a small business’s accounting needs. Giving the business the option to pay only for what is used and when it is used marks a major step forward in this arena where monthly add-ons can become an issue. Because Reckon One is an online platform, it caters for the change in the way business owners are working and allows them to focus on running the business rather than managing IT.

Although a newcomer to the UK accounting software market, Reckon Group has an impressive track record as a leading provider of software solutions for accountants, bookkeepers and small to medium sized businesses in Australia and New Zealand with over 600,000 active customers globally using its proprietary solutions.

“Accountants can be confident they are recommending a trusted accounting software brand with an excellent track record. Reckon has worked with accountants for over 20 years and understands their needs. Reckon One is the culmination – it delivers everything on their wish list,” comments Mark Woolley, Director, Reckon Software.

  • Accountants benefit from low cost product that provides more margin and more opportunity for adding value
  • Modular approach gives clients flexibility
  • Over 36 reports included to add value to client services
  • Tried and trusted accounting software provider – reliability
  • Data accessible for 7 years

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