Reckon One Accounting Software – The Good and Not So Good

One of the biggest challenges for an entrepreneur, freelancer or small business owner is growing his or her business. Whether you’re a restaurateur, travel blogger or a tech innovator, scaling up is the only way to go in order to reach new markets as well as new financial heights for the business.

In the accounting industry, this growth requires new accounting complexities that need to be addressed, such as more hours spent on accounting administration and additional paperwork. And for non-accountants, this can result to bottlenecks in the workload, causing unnecessary delays. Fortunately, there are several tools available online to address this critical issue. Continue reading

Reckon Accounts Hosted Review – What You Need To Know

Reckon Accounts Hosted definitely made a solid return with its faster, better Version 2 that currently utilizes the premier cloud computing provider, Amazon Web Services, breaking away from its initial infrastructure that plagued the service with usage setbacks and disruption.

Reckon Accounts Hosted Version 2 is in HTML5, making it entirely accessible on any browser you prefer. Coupled with Amazon Web Services, you can now generate complex reports and download it in seconds. Let’s take a closer look at the new and improved features of Reckon Accounts Hosted Version 2:

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Reckon One: A Full Reckoning of Reckon’s Online Accounting Solution

Reckon, the Australian software company formerly behind the distribution of QuickBooks in Australia has mounted a full-scale war on the cloud accounting market with the release of its own cloud accounting software, Reckon One.

Reckon One heavily relies on two edges: user control and pricing. Reckon One takes a modular approach to offer cloud accounting services where users can choose which accounting module functionality to get and which ones to discard. Call it mix and match if you will, but this feature surely poses a great threat to other cloud accounting solutions that offers functionality in a straight-up fashion, which might overwhelm users with other functionality they don’t really use which, in turn, might also leave users the impression of being overcharged.

Subsequently, this modular functionality approach led to a modular pricing structure where users only pay for the accounting functionality they chose, leading to a significant pricing advantage when compared against its cloud accounting peers. Continue reading