Top 3 Softwares For Accountants Assuring Swift Operations

As an accountant, you must deal with multiple softwares on a daily to manage your client’s needs. This article brings you the Top 3 Softwares which the accountants can use in their day-to-day operations in order to thrive in the work they do.

1. Quickbooks Desktop:

QuickBooks is an accounting software package developed and marketed by Intuit. First introduced in 1983, QuickBooks products are geared mainly toward small and medium-sized businesses and offer on-premises accounting applications as well as cloud-based versions that accept business payments, manage and pay bills, and payroll functions.

Intuit has integrated several web-based features into QuickBooks, including remote access capabilities, remote payroll assistance, and outsourcing, electronic payment functions, online banking and reconciliation, mapping features through integration with Google Maps, marketing options through Google, and improved e-mail functionality through Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express. For the 2008 version, the company has also added import from Excel spreadsheets, additional employee time tracking options, pre-authorization of electronic funds and new Help functions. In June 2007, Intuit announced that QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions would run on Linux servers, whereas previously it required a Windows server to run.

2. Zoho:

Zoho Corporation is an Indian multinational technology company that makes web-based business tools. It is best known for the online office suite offering Zoho Office Suite. The company was founded in 1996 by Sridhar Vembu and Tony Thomas and has a presence in seven locations with its global headquarters in ChennaiTamil Nadu, India, and corporate headquarters outside of Austin in Del Valle, Texas. Radha Vembu, Sridhar Vembu’s sister, owns a majority stake in the company.

Zoho

From 1996 to 2009, the company was known as AdventNet, Inc. and initially provided network management solutions.

AdventNet expanded operations into Japan in 2001 and shifted focus to small and medium businesses (SMBs).

Zoho CRM was released in 2005, along with Zoho Writer, the company’s first Office suite product. Zoho Projects, Creator, Sheet, and Show were released in 2006. Zoho expanded into the collaboration space with the release of Zoho Docs and Zoho Meeting in 2007. In 2008, the company added invoicing and mail applications, reaching one million users by August of that year.

In 2009, the company was renamed Zoho Corporation after its online office suite. The company remains privately owned.

In 2017, Zoho launched Zoho One, a comprehensive suite of over forty applications. As of October 2021, Zoho One has been expanded to 50 applications.

Zoho reached more than 50 million customers in January 2020.

3. Sage:

The Sage Group plc, commonly known as Sage, is a British multinational enterprise software company based in Newcastle upon TyneEngland. As of 2017, it is the UK’s second-largest technology company, the world’s third-largest supplier of enterprise resource planning software (behind Oracle and SAP), the largest supplier to small businesses, and has 6.1 million customers worldwide. It has offices in 24 countries. The company is the patron of the Sage Gateshead music venue in Gateshead.

Sage is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

Sage

Founded and headquartered in Newcastle upon TyneUnited Kingdom, the company has grown organically, through acquisitions and, more recently, through subscription services.

In June 1991, Sage Group moved into their first dedicated headquarters building, Sage House, in Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne, having previously been located in the Regent Centre office park.[31] In 2004, the company completed their £50 million headquarters in the Great Park area of Newcastle upon Tyne. In 2021 Sage’s Newcastle headquarters moved to Cobalt Park.

The company’s US headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia, the Canadian headquarters are in Richmond, British Columbia, the Africa, Middle East & Australia headquarters are in Johannesburg, South Africa and the French and Continental European headquarters are in ParisFrance. Sage has 6.1 million customers and 13,400 employees across the world. Key industry focus includes: Healthcare; HR & Payroll; Construction/ Real-Estate; Transport/ Distribution; Payment Processing; Accountancy; Not-for-Profit; Manufacturing; Retail; Automotive Distribution.

Sources: http://wikipedia.com

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