KashFlow has added features to its bookkeeping software to make it more usable by accountants.

The software until now has mainly been aimed at non-accountant users in the small and midsized enterprise market. If accountants wanted to use it, they would have to export the data to an accounting package from Sage Software.

The company's development team has added a journal and a set of reports for accountants, including the balance sheet, profit and loss statement, trial balance, nominal ledger, and aged debtors and creditors.

Accountants would be able to get the reports they expect from accounting systems, and business owners could use the software for functions such as generating invoices, recording payments and purchases, reconciling bank statements, managing their client base and running management reports. The software is hosted online from the KashFlow Web site.

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