AutoEntry has been shortlisted within the ‘Add-on of the Year’ category in the 2017 ICB LUCA Awards.
The awards are part of the annual ICB Bookkeepers Summit event, held in the Queen Elizabeth II centre in London. Open to all ICB bookkeepers, the two-day event will explore new trends and best practice, whilst uncovering how the industry is evolving in terms of technological and legislative disruption.
In order to be shortlisted within the LUCA ‘Add-on of the Year’ class, finalists needed to demonstrate how their solution facilitated new ways of working for bookkeepers; whilst providing exceptional customer satisfaction, ease of use and technical innovation.
Brendan Woods, founder and CEO of AutoEntry comments, “The Bookkeepers Summit is a date not to be missed for industry professionals, so we’re delighted to be a finalist in its LUCA Awards. And this nomination also comes as we celebrate a 10-fold increase in year-to-date revenues, with over 30,000 new businesses established on AutoEntry in the last 18 months.”
Woods continues, “AutoEntry is an intelligent, cloud-based solution which eliminates data entry by capturing details from scanned and photographed invoices, receipts, bank and card statements, and posting these details into bookkeeping software. By eliminating manual data entry, our partners and customer are reducing administrative costs and driving productivity by as much as 90%. As our growing commercial success is testament to, AutoEntry is a best in class solution, so we look forward to the ceremony on the day.”
The awards presentation will take place in the evening of October 16th.