After purchasing a failing brick and mortar Pack & Ship business in 2006, Jeremy Bodenhamer started working to turn it around.
As an entrepreneur, you are constantly finding ways to operate your business efficiently and effectively, without taking away time and resources from making profit. You find yourself constantly dividing your days (and nights) between attending meetings, reading contracts, managing projects, signing checks, paying taxes, writing blogs, tweeting about your blogs, among other things.
If you know a little bit about Bill.com and what it does, you may have heard that Bill.com syncs with Quickbooks. It’s totally true. In fact, we sync with Quickbooks Windows even if the program or your company file are stored remotely-- which might have been something you were worried about. But it’s okay, because we’ve got your back.
SMB business owners know that when they accept payment online with a credit card, they’re always charged a transaction fee for credit card processing. This fee is usually 2.9% of the total cost of the product sold plus $0.30 a transaction.
Cloud-Based Automation Brings Finance Professionals Clearer View and Better Control of Cashflow.
Bill.com and SpringAhead announced that they have integrated Tallie, SpringAhead’s expense report software, in the new Bill.com App Center, which launched today. The combination of these two market-leading SaaS solutions finally unites bill payment and expense reporting automation, two...
Think about the technology your accounting or bookkeeping firm uses. More than likely, your technology ecosphere consists of several components that you’ve selected due to their individual merits. For example, you might have Intuit for your tax or finance software, a different program to hold contact information and notes, and yet another to handle your clients’ e-commerce transactions.
This article originally ran in Accounting Technology on May 12, 2014.
The Bill.com office has been abuzz with our recent award from the San Francisco Business Times as Best Place to Work 2014. We are proud of our fun, supportive, and collaborative culture. Our culture is instrumental in how we share ideas, develop innovative features, and deliver effective customer support to you.
This article originally ran in Accounting Web on May 6, 2014.