Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN FRANCISCO - Jan 24, 2019 - With a view to helping accounting professionals and small business owners overcome major accounting challenges, HostBooks officially launched its automated cloud accounting software on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, at Temple Club, San Francisco, California. The launch party was emceed by Sandy Stec, the well-known comedian and 101.3 radio star. HostBooks celebrated the launch with an open bar and catered appetizers for their guests. Renowned CPAs, accountants and business owners graced the exclusive occasion with their presence.
The HostBooks team previously worked as an accounting and Intuit Pro-Advisor firm, where they served more than 20,000 businesses with their accounting and software issues. One major way that makes HostBooks different from QuickBooks, FreshBooks and Xero is that HostBooks’ main focus is the automation component. With HostBooks, customers will reduce the time spent on accounting and compliance by at least 70 percent.
“It’s a dream come true to have come up with an automated cloud accounting software that will ease the burden of accounting professionals and small business owners. Being a CPA, I am aware of all the issues holding down the accounting industry. With HostBooks, accounting professionals can manage their clients and records anytime anywhere. We have deployed a combination of latest technologies and accounting expertise. The best part is our experts are just a call away and are available around the clock to help customers with any technical or know-how issues,” said Kapil Rana, founder, HostBooks.
HostBooks invites accountants and small business owners to sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign up for the free trial by going to https://www.hostbooks.com/us/. Once the free trial ends, packages start from $9.99 per month, paid annually. HostBooks offers 10 GB free storage space on the cloud for documents storage management. The best part is that HostBooks can be used by anyone. No accounting experience is needed to begin managing business finances.
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