(PRWEB UK) 11 February 2013
New mobile acounting software solution available from IRIS Exchequer. Access to your business information has never been more important. Whether you need to check a customer's balance; check available stock; authorise an order or simply email a copy of an invoice to a contact, mobile accounting software from eXchequer365 is the answer.
Available now on general release, the eXchequer 365 application is a true mobile accounting software solution, providing instant access to Customer, Supplier, Stock, Projects and Reports (including Excel) to Android and Apple devices.
Paul Sparkes, Product Director at IRIS Accounting & Business Solutions says: "The eXchequer 365 application generated a fantastic degree of interest when it was launched at each of our roadshow events, so much so that we’ve recorded over 60 downloads by customers as a consequence of seeing the application from both the Apple App Store and Google Play stores."
Designed to complement your IRIS Exchequer accounting software solution, eXchequer 365 provides a range of services to help you be more efficient. Its modular design means you can switch on just the functionality you need and put information where it matters - in the hands of your sales and management teams.
To read more about eXchequer 365 mobile and to see the video click here.
About IRIS Exchequer:
IRIS Exchequer is a mid-market business and finance management solution that has received a number of awards over the years. Awards success includes winning ‘Financial Software Provider of the Year’ in the Real Finance/CBI FDs’ Excellence Awards 2012, 2011, 2008, 2006 and 2005.
IRIS Exchequer was named the ‘Best rated accounting product catering for businesses in the medium range’ in an authoritative survey by the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales), the industry body which also accredits IRIS Exchequer.
For further information, please contact:
IRIS Accounting & Business Solutions
0844 815 5600
0844 815 5592
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