Accounting Software

Modern and powerful accounting software can transform a business, systemising procedures, saving time, increasing efficiency, and assist and show how business owners how to increase both profitability and business sale value.


Modern accounting software is easy to use and can perform tasks we could only dream about when we were young.  With software costing less than a weekend away for two, you would be crazy not to take advantage!


The software can:

  • Produce GST returns in a few seconds
  • Save money on accountants fees
  • Keep track of your inventory with ease showing what's in stock, what's on order and what your committed to sell to customers
  • Prepare orders, quotes, packing labels, and statements 
  • Invoice your customers with the minimum of free typing and email these to customers
  • Import bank transactions to eliminate unnecessary work
  • Pay your bills and staff 
  • Maintain an up-to-date database of your customers
  • Time bill
  • Keep track of and invoice (and mark-up) disbursements and reimbursable expenses automatically
  • Job cost for projects
  • Reconcile your bank accounts
  • Keep track of and chase your receivables
  • Mount marketing campaigns
  • And report on and analyse all aspects of your business

When the software has been installed and customised to suit by the Accountancy + Business Advice Centre and the accompanying systems implemented, business owners will be able to:

  • Produce Customer Relationship Management reports e.g. date of last sale or items sold to which customers
  • Dump all those bits of paper and corrupt spreadsheets and keep all their business information tidily in one place accessible at the touch of a button
  • Obtain up-to-date, regular, relevant and specifically tailored business and financial information on all aspects of their business
  • Find out the profitability or otherwise of each of their departments, divisions or branches
  • Determine the profitably of their customers, customer categories, their salespersons, their various product or service lines and their suppliers
  • Incentivise their sales team not on easy-to-achieve turnover but on the profit achieved
  • Track their results against budget
  • Work out their break-even points to determine what turnover is required to cover all costs, drawings and tax
  • Be in a position to make business decisions based on hard facts and an intimate knowledge of all aspects of their business not just guesswork
  • Make informed changes to their business and be able to monitor the results of those changes
  • Learn how to test and measure the effectiveness of differing business strategies and trial marketing efforts
  • Know how and when to set or increase prices and know in advance what affect this will have on their business
  • Be aware of when and when not to accept marginal business and the effect this will have on their profitability