Joining the program will enable partners to offer improved value added services to their clients at a discounted rate, whilst driving new revenues for their own practice.
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Expenses Folder within AutoEntry! This is just one of many great updates we've made over the past few days... See full details below.
With just weeks to go, we look forward to returning to London’s ExCeL for Accountex 2018, where we’ll be exhibiting AutoEntry at stand 536, to those attendees interested in automating their bookkeeping data entry.
The AutoEntry team have been working hard over the past few weeks launching new product updates to our Mobile App ... You can check out the full feature update release below. As always contact the AutoEntry team should you have any questions.
Sunday April 22nd is Earth Day, an annual event which drives awareness on the topics of environmentalism and climate change. Founded in 1970, Earth Day continues to grow in influence, as it mobilises millions worldwide to work together and live responsibly.
We were delighted to be back at this year’s Accounting Business Expo (ABE), held in the ICC, Sydney. The event is bigger and brighter each year and represents a real opportunity to learn from key influencers, mingle with like minded professionals and meet prospective new clients. As an exhibitor, and with so much to see and do, it was certainly a busy two days. We had plenty of highlights and memories to take home with us, here are five of them.
Did you know that AutoEntry is now being used by 2,000+ accounting and bookkeeping practices worldwide, with over 50,000+ small business set up on the platform?
On February 12th, we travelled to South Africa with QuickBooks, to speak with local businesses about how they can work more efficiently through automation and the cloud, as part of our official launch in the region.
AutoEntry is transforming the working day for accountants and bookkeepers, by eliminating the labour intensive and painstaking task of manual data entry. At the touch of a button, AutoEntry captures and analyses information from all of the paper documents received from your SME clients, before posting this data into your accounting software.
It has been another busy week for the AutoEntry team and it’s hard to believe so much has happened in just five days!
There’s a lot to focus on when running a business. From meeting deadlines, to growing revenues and serving customers, there just isn’t enough time in the day for unnecessary admin such as manual data entry. And with the availability of automated solutions, like AutoEntry, there doesn’t need to be any.
New location in FinTech hub Tucson, Arizona, will enable AutoEntry to accelerate growth across the US and Canada
The rapid development of digital technologies, data analytics and social networks are some of the factors changing the very fabric of our society, not to mention the traditional structure of the workplace. In previous generations it wouldn’t be unusual to stay in your first job until retirement, yet now, a UK worker changes employer on average every five years. What’s trending today may be gone tomorrow, and with the World Economic Forum citing that around “35 per cent of skills will be different” in the near future, business owners need to adapt to innovation in a timely manner in order to stay relevant. So with that in mind, what will the future of work look like for accountants and bookkeepers?
Since its launch almost two years ago, AutoEntry has fast become the go-to solution provider of choice; serving over 2,500 accounting practices worldwide, through which more than 38,000 businesses are set up on the platform.
We recently jetted off to attend both QuickBooks Connect in Canada and Xerocon in Austin, making it another eventful week for the AutoEntry team. Like many organisations, our diary is jam packed with conferences throughout the year, both at home and away. And as a frequent exhibitor, we find these occasions extremely useful, in terms of meeting up with customers and by making valuable new connections. But as an attendee and with so much to do on the day, how can you make the most of your time?
QuickBooks Connect is taking place this week in San Jose, California, and we’re excited to be taking part. The AutoEntry team will be travelling over 8,000 kilometres to both exhibit and present at this year’s event!
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology is used to convert scanned or photographed images of paper documents and PDF files, into machine-encoded data. It may not garner headlines in the same way as some of the more fashionable tech trends, yet it’s helped to drive considerable social change and innovation in business over the years. So how has it developed and what significance does it hold for organisations today?
Whilst some may conjure up images of pinstripe suits and excel spreadsheets when they picture accounting, it’s actually a much more colourful and diverse industry than that. So as one of the oldest occupations, and one which remains at the core of the finance ecosystem today, here are five interesting facts about the profession.
AutoEntry receives accolade from the industry body, strengthening its position as the data entry solution of choice for accountants and bookkeepers
Accreditation from the industry body reflects AutoEntry’s standing as a recommended technology solution for accountants and bookkeepers
AutoEntry has been shortlisted within the ‘Add-on of the Year’ category in the 2017 ICB LUCA Awards.
AutoEntry, the simple way to capture and upload purchase invoices and receipts, has been recognised at Xerocon’s UK partner awards, whilst reporting significant YTD revenue growth.
Xerocon Melbourne has wrapped up for another year and we had a great time catching up with our partners down under. There was a record 3,000+ delegates in attendance, and the date also marked the official opening of our Australian HQ in the city, making it a particularly hectic time for us!
Serial entrepreneur Cathal McGloin will provide the company with strategic counsel
Although the launch of ‘Making Tax Digital’ (MTD) has been delayed and may seem like a long way off, it actually isn’t. And considering the enormity of the change for both your practice and clients, your preparations as an accounting or bookkeeping firm should be underway. So if you’re currently putting together an MTD strategy, what are some of the key points to consider?
New location in FinTech hub Melbourne, will enable AutoEntry to accelerate growth in the region
Heralding a new era, ‘Making Tax Digital’ (MTD) continues to be at the forefront of the news agenda. In recent months the Treasury Committee announced further updates to the timeline and from 2019 organisations with a turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 will need to keep digital records, but only for VAT purposes. Smaller businesses below the VAT threshold will not need to keep quarterly, digital records until at least 2020.
AutoEntry has been shortlisted within the ‘Practice Software Product of the Year’ category in the 2017 British Accountancy Awards. Regarded as the industry’s most prestigious accolades, the British Accountancy Awards celebrate professional development, strategic innovation and technological excellence.
AutoEntry and accountsIQ partner to enable accountants and bookkeepers to increase productivity via an integrated SaaS platform DUBLIN, IRL., (July 24, 2017) – AutoEntry, a leading bookkeeping solution and accountsIQ a global accounting software provider, are partnering to enable businesses to automate back office processes in order to drive major business efficiencies.
We all want our employees to be happy. An engaged, satisfied workforce results in a productive and profitable company. Yet research reveals only 15% of UK employees consider themselves as ‘highly motivated’, with low engagement negatively impacting productivity, resulting in a combined £340bn in missed output per year.
We rely on technology in every respect, from online banking to grocery shopping, using apps to monitor our health and fitness as well as to check our bills and pay our invoices. It makes our busy lives easier and more manageable. Over the next few years, HMRC proposes to ‘bring this digital revolution to Whitehall’ and make tax administration more efficient through the introduction of a fully digital tax system.
With the continuation of Moore’s Law and computing power predicted to exceed that of human brains by 2045, it’s a time of extraordinary technological growth and social change. Technology is reshaping the entire financial services ecosystem, from bookkeeping and accounting, payments to investment management and insurance. And in so doing, it’s driving enhanced working efficiencies and conveniences, whilst significantly contributing to the wealth of the economy.
The 2017 Formula One World Championship is in full swing. Nico Rosberg raced to victory last year, pipping team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the post in an action packed finale. As the drivers pursue this year’s title, what can accounting firms learn from this fast paced, technology-driven sport?
As technology evolves and becomes more sophisticated, so too do viruses, malware and hackers, and their means to violate protective barriers in order to infiltrate sensitive data and information.
The AutoEntry team was back in full force at Accountex this year and it was a jam packed two days for all involved. Accountex is a date not to be missed in the accountancy calendar, with industry professionals from far and wide gathering at London’s ExCeL to share news, network over coffee and attend insightful presentations from the likes of Microsoft and ICAEW.
This year’s Accountex is coming up, and as ever we’re excited to be part of the event. Accountex has developed to be a pivotal conference for accountancy professionals in the UK, bringing together all disciplines across the industry. For us, it’s an opportunity to catch up with customers, hear from leaders in innovation and showcase our market leading solution, AutoEntry, at our stand.
It was an action packed two days at the 2017 Sage Summit in London’s ExCeL. The AutoEntry team were in full swing, catching up with customers and demonstrating the software to new prospects – from independent bookkeepers, to accountants and SMEs, all keen to understand how automation can impact their business and drive change.
Tomorrow is Earth Day, an international civic observance to drive awareness on the topics of environmentalism and climate change. Founded in 1970, Earth Day continues to grow in influence, as it mobilises millions worldwide to work together and live responsibly.
This month we’re joining Sage as part of its 2017 roadshow. The first stop was the Shard in London, and whilst taking in the views, it was an opportunity to catch up with our customers and hear how they’re facilitating change through digital working
Earlier this month we travelled to Australia and toured the length and breadth of the country to meet with our partners, soak up the sunshine, and attend several industry events, including Accounting Business Expo and this year’s Reckon “RAP” Conference.
It will be a busy few weeks for the AutoEntry team, as we hit the road for Australia on Wednesday. Whilst we’re there we’ll be attending and exhibiting at several industry conferences, including the Accounting Business Expo and Reckon Partners Conference. These are key dates for industry professionals, attracting thousands of delegates from far and wide to make new connections, learn from peers and discuss the latest industry news and developments.
It was great to attend this year’s QuickBooks Connect in London’s Tobacco Docks. For many accountants and SMEs, QuickBooks has become ingrained at the very core of every working day. And simplifying business life and accelerating growth were themes explored over the course of the conference - through interactive workshops, networking sessions and presentations from business magnates and industry experts. For us, as an accredited QuickBooks add on partner, it was a time to catch up with customers and hear first hand from the QuickBooks community about the critical issues which matter to them - including the disruptive impact of technology in business.
‘Millennials’ or ‘Generation Y’; they are the children of the dot com boom and the dawn of mobile. They have significantly different priorities on how, where and when they work compared to their predecessors. They’re likely to already be a significant portion of your customers - and if you’re still adapting to the change, you’ll need to work faster, as the next even more digitally absorbed generation is just around the corner. Born in the mid 90’s ‘Generation Z’, are set to turn 21 this year. As defined by Goldman Sachs, a ‘device in hand’ generation, these ‘Digital Natives’ will account for a fifth of the workforce in just a few years time.
We’re delighted to see our solution AutoEntry making its mark in the Xero marketplace. Rapidly amassing new users, AutoEntry has become one of the most popular add-ons for invoice capture in the app store, just a year on since its release at Xerocon London.
Technology is transforming the way that accounting firms do business. The emergence of cloud-based computing, the growth of mobile, and advances in intelligent data management mean that accounting firms have a new set of tools available that can automate and streamline tasks. Industry leaders expect the shift to mobile and cloud-based accounting to not only continue, but to accelerate, and for good reason. The results are in and technology has come up trumps. More than ever, it is essential that accounting and bookkeeping firms determine how they will integrate new technologies when planning for the future.
AutoEntry, the simple way to capture and upload purchase invoices and receipts, is now available for download on both Apple and Android devices DUBLIN, IRL., (December 16, 2016) – AutoEntry by OCREX, a global leader in automated data entry solutions for accountants and bookkeepers, has today announced the launch of its AutoEntry solution, on iOS in the App Store and on Google Play for Android devices.