PC software can be expensive and in many cases will need updating in the future.
(PRWEB UK) 28 March 2012
Recent sales at Office Stationery are proving not everyone seems willing to give up good old fashioned paper and pen when it comes to completing their accounts.
Office Stationery has seen a huge increase in accounting tools and this is possibly based in having such a large number of options.
When it comes to accounts tools, Office Stationery offer both PC software such as Sage and Quickbooks available alongside paper accounting options such as Vestry, Guildhall, Rexel Twinlock, Silvine and Collins account books and pads. Across the range of brands Office Stationery supply accounts books for all size businesses with books from two cash columns to Twinlock pads with up to Thirty Two cash columns.
Sales in the other areas of accounting forms have increased with products such as Signature books, petty cash pads, receipt books and duplicate pads all proving popular rather then the pc based software.
An office stationery spokesman commented: “this could possible be down to the cost, PC software can be expensive and in many cases will need updating in the future which will also cost extra.”
It could also be down to people being unaware of products such as Sage and Quickbooks or is it just a case certain people prefer everything in one place on one sheet.
Office Stationery confirmed their most popular products seem to be that of Collins with their hard back easy to use books considered ideal for daily accounting and receiving great reviews. This is closely followed by the Rexel Twinlock pads which are considered perfect for the larger business needing more cash columns.
With technology ever growing and software becoming ever more powerful and easy to use will account and analysis books soon be a thing of the past? Not on current evidence.