Accounting software is selling like hotcakes nowadays. With all these sales - each of which represents a company maintaining its own books and records - you might suppose that client write-up is a dying application. While some practices have been hit harder than others by clients pulling write-up work to do in-house, write-up continues to remain a core revenue-producing application in many accounting and bookkeeping practices.
Strangely enough, even when a client starts doing their own bookkeeping in-house, you often find that they remain a write-up client, though the relationship in this instance does change somewhat.
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