FreshBooks, a provider of cloud-based accounting software for self-employed professionals and their teams, has redesigned its flagship platform.

Invoices have been updated to include options for customization, due dates and the ability to communicate with clients directly on an invoice. The software also now offers project management capabilities, providing a single place to share files and communicate with clients. In addition, users can now manage multiple businesses with FreshBooks.

Finally, FreshBooks also has updated its apps for iOS and Android.

As well as updating its software, FreshBooks has expanded its ecosystem of integrations, which now include Google Apps, GoDaddy and Apple.

“We’re expanding our network of partner integrations, launching with 14 partners today, and will be rapidly adding more as we continue to invest in our platform,” said Mike McDerment, co-founder and CEO of FreshBooks, in a statement. “When your accounting data flows effortlessly between the apps you use every day – whether it’s your project management, your CRM, or your bank – you end up spending less time on administrative tasks and more time serving your clients.”


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