FreshBooks Brings Cloud Accounting to Tablets

Posted by Techvibes NewsDesk

Today Toronto's FreshBooks released their iPad app designed specifically for service-based professionals with up to 10 employees who want the freedom to run their business on the go. Following the recent launch of an iPhone app, FreshBooks for iPad builds on the company’s vision to support small business owners everywhere with high-quality mobile tools that give them the convenience and flexibility they need for their business.

FreshBooks for iPad is designed for busy small business owners who want easy expense management, intuitive time tracking and streamlined online payment integration with invoices.

“People go into business to pursue their passion, not to learn accounting,” said Mike McDerment, FreshBooks CEO. "The iPad app is designed to enable the busy lives of small business owners so they can work anywhere without sacrificing functionality or experience.”

FreshBooks supports a  range of business types: designers, lawyers, marketing and IT professionals, plumbers, interior decorators—basically anyone who serves clients with their time and expertise. Whether time tracking from the coffee shop, logging expenses from the airport lounge or sending an invoice  from the client’s office, FreshBooks for iPad can now help small business owners swipe their way to success, the company affirms.

Download the app here.

Company:
FreshBooks
Website:
http://www.freshbooks.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

In 2003, Mike McDerment, co-founder and CEO of FreshBooks, accidently saved over an invoice, snapped and decided to create a better way to manage his books and bill clients. Since then, FreshBooks has emerged as the #1 cloud accounting specialist for small business owners by helping more than 5 million people track time, organize expenses and invoice clients in the cloud. Known for extraordinary customer service... more


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