Are you struggling to manage finance in your small business? If yes, then the latest offerings from The Neat Company will ease your burden and save you tons of time. Neat, a leader in financial data management for small businesses, recently introduced easy-to-use bookkeeping and account receivable solutions. Known as NeatBooks and NeatInvoices, these solutions will make finance easy in your small business.
NeatInvoices: Streamlining Invoices for Better Cashflow
NeatInvoices is a fuss-free way to send invoices to your clients.
With this simple, free tool, you can create and send branded invoices quickly with the help of a mobile phone or desktop. And you can offer your customers the flexibility to pay via credit card, debit card, or bank transfer.
Garrett Baird, President & CEO of The Neat Company, said in his statement,
Healthy cash flow is the lifeblood of any small business, and it requires invoicing and receiving payments as quickly as possible. As a former small business owner, I know there is little time to deal with billing, let alone digitizing these traditionally paper-based processes. Their time is rightfully focused on delivering products and services,
NeatInvoices makes invoicing so straightforward that it can be done from anywhere in minutes. By integrating digital payments capabilities into the invoice, NeatInvoices reduces time to cash from weeks to days with significantly less time spent doing bookkeeping.
NeatBooks: Simplifying Bookkeeping for Business Owners
As a business owner, you always want to keep tabs on the top expense categories, cash balance, total sales, and more. So, bookkeeping is critical for the success of your business. NeatBooks helps you do that in a hassle-free way. What’s more, you don’t need to have any accounting expertise to use this solution.
NeatBooks is a powerful accounting software application for small businesses.
With this easy-to-use tool, you can:
- Filter transactions and financial overviews
- Pair receipts with expenses quickly on your phone or tablet
- Access and capture key reports and data anywhere you want with a mobile/tablet
- Automate key reports, such as profit & loss statements, cash flow statements, balance sheets, sales tax, tax category, and more
The subscription to NeatBooks starts at $36 per month with an annual billing option. And the subscription includes all the features of NeatInvoices and NeatFiles – cloud storage for financial documents with banking grade security.
Garrett Baird said in a prepared statement,
NeatBooks offers salvation to small business owners who regularly report being overwhelmed by the unnecessary complexity of bookkeeping software or slowed by managing home-grown spreadsheets. As a former small business owner confounded by other solutions using the same dated approach, it was obvious that small business accounting software required a re-examination,
He further added,
With two decades of experience automating the process of extracting data from financial documents to feed into small business accounting solutions, Neat knew how small business bookkeeping processes could be vastly improved.
Setting up NeatBooks takes only 5 minutes. What’s more, you can connect with a Neat expert anytime you want to resolve your queries.
Should You Explore NeatBooks and NeatInvoices?
Small business growth expert, Ramon Ray, says,
Small biz owners should keep on exploring technology to find the right solution that meets their needs and saves time. With the right tech, business owners can leverage limited capital smartly to grow fast.
If you’re doing bookkeeping yourself in your small business, it is reasonable to check NeatBooks and NeatInvoices.
Being a small business owner, your key task is to grow your business, not to spend time preparing complex financial reports.
About The Neat Company
The Neat Company has been helping small businesses manage bookkeeping, customer payments, and financial record organization for more than 20 years. Click here to know more about the company.
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