KashFlow, the UK startup that competes with the likes of Sage with its cloud-based accounting software for SMEs, is today widening the net: It’s launched a fully re-branded white-label offering aimed at organisations that have existing SME customers and want to get in on the cloud-based action but don’t have the resources or inclination to build their own service.
At first glance this may look… → Read More
In today’s world of cloud computing, the ‘small pieces, loosely joined’ approach is very often the only sensible one for small to medium-sized businesses on a budget. And so it’s always nice to see two Software-as-a-Service offerings come together, especially when they bridge the Atlantic.
KashFlow, the feisty UK startup taking on incumbent players like Sage with its cloud-based accounting software for SMEs, has decided it’s time to step on the gas. But to do this, the company is actively seeking a “strategic investor” and isn’t ruling out selling a majority stake, according to a report distributed by Financial Times-owned Mergermarket.
That could entail pairing up with one of the… → Read More
Although browser-based apps and moving everything to the cloud is very much in vogue these days, there’s something reassuring about a desktop application and the robustness that offline access brings. This is particularly true when there’s a lot of data entry involved. Or so says Kashflow, the UK-based online accounting software company, which today released RapidFire, its first foray into desktop… → Read More
Bebo co-founder Paul Birch and former Skype Chairman Michael van Swaaij have taken part in a second round of investment in Crunch.co.uk, the online accountancy service. The actual amount remains undisclosed, although it’s described as “significant” and is said to value the UK startup at £4 million.
KashFlow, the London-based accounting startup, is launching a complementary offering to its core product for small businesses. Targeted at accountants, Orbit Accounts is a fully web-based service to let them “monitor, control and collaborate with their SME clients” and, naturally, it’s powered by the KashFlow engine.
In terms of functionality, accountants can customise the software by “removing… → Read More
In what is potentially a big win for Software-as-a-Service accounting startup KashFlow, Barclaycard is inviting its business customers to join an e-invoicing pilot powered by the London-based company’s wares.
According to an email that has been circulated by Barclaycard that we’ve seen, the credit card company, which is owned by UK bank Barclays, is inviting merchants to apply on a first come… → Read More