LAS VEGAS, USA, NOVEMBER 17, 2015, AccountingSuite won the 2016
The Savvy Startup Award “recognizes companies that provide awesome value” and “have been in business for four years or less,” according to The Sleeter Group.
“Awesome value says it all,” said Kurt Kunselman, Co-Founder of AccountingSuite. “AccountingSuite combines accounting, cloud banking, order management, inventory, project and time tracking into one cloud-driven product with all- developed on the 1C:Enterprise platform. There are no expensive add-ons.”
“This Savvy Startup Award recognizes the hard work of the entire team at AccountingSuite. A big thank you to our customers, they make it all worthwhile,” continued Mr. Kunselman.
AccountingSuite offers two professional editions, the Bookkeeper Edition with basic features for $5.00 per month, and the Accountant Edition with access to all features for $11.00 per month.
The Bookkeeper Edition makes it easy and secure to add and categorize transactions at the office, on a laptop or on the road.
Bookkeepers can now service product-based companies and help manage inventories with cloud-based accounting software at a low cost.
The Accounting Edition makes it easy to slice and dice data to get a real-time view into inventory, orders, margins, pricing and daily bank and credit card activity.
CPAs and CFOs use the Accountant Edition to analyze real-time financial health, forecast demand and find opportunities for growth using the Order Matrix, powerful reporting tools and simple export tools.
AccountingSuite is based in San Francisco, California, USA. AccountingSuite is a powerful application that combines accounting, cloud banking, order management, inventory, project and time tracking into one cloud-driven product developed on the 1C:Enterprise platform which has over 1.5 million business customers in the Eastern Hemisphere.
An applicant’s product or service should conform to the following requirements:
- Must be fully released and shipping in the U.S. by August 1, 2015
- Must conform to good accounting principles and operating standards
- Although it is not a requirement that the product integrates directly with accounting data, if it does integrate it must use the best practices for integration in addition to using the latest integration technologies as appropriate in the view of the evaluation committee
- Should use appropriate transaction types and field population for recording data into QuickBooks, Sage, Xero and/or other accounting software packages so as to preserve and/or enhance the standard reporting features
Awards were selected based on: 40% of the online votes and 60% by our Awesome Award Committee.