Ndukwe Ogechi and Lekan Yakubu launched Accounting Software in October 2015 to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with tough financial estimations.
The platform aims to connect Nigerian SMEs to authorised accounting software dealers and link them to the right financial software developers as the needs arise.
According to the team, their module integrates a blend of accounting skill and over 3 years of implementation across industries in Nigeria to share useful accounting software buying guide.
Asides developing business accounting solutions, the duo founders intend to contribute to the movement of ridding SMEs of pirated financial software on their shelves. Hence, this birthed their partnership with authorised dealers in Nigeria.
We have deployed good SEO to rank our site higher since most searches for accounting software begin online; this will put us on top, both on mobile and desktop and generate high converting leads. Also, we have accounting bar ground and years of experience supporting and accounting software for SMEs in Nigeria.
Keeping track of finances is a tough nut to crack for many small organisations. Even the large ones are not innocent of this. When business accounting goes wrong, owners usually end up being one of these; a victim of circumstance or beneficiary of luck. Either way, none seem to assure business owners of less risk. Why should businesses run on the basis of luck?
The team behind Accounting Software has indeed stepped into a tough space. Should they deliver as claimed, there is no telling the relief it would bring to Nigerian SMEs.
If you are always at loss with keeping track of your business financial matters, Accounting Software could step to the rescue. Visit their website to find out how.
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