Zack Gould, co-founder of G&N Insurance, a home, auto, and commercial insurance provider, was spending 10+ hours a week completing the bookkeeping tasks for his growing company. Zack knew that he wanted to spend more of his time focusing on his relationships with mortgage lenders and referral partners and less of his time focusing on the books. He decided to hire Botkeeper.
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Watching the accounting space over the last 5 years has been quite a whirlwind for an industry that was like a dinosaur for more than a decade! Within those prehistoric times, many accounting firm and business owners associated doing their books with the words “time-consuming” and “tedious,” and it makes sense—to this day, many accounting firms rely on spreadsheets to manage their clients’ books. Can you believe that?!
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Protobi, a survey analytics application, was using a traditional bookkeeping firm to manage its books prior to enlisting Botkeeper, but they weren’t getting the full-service experience they sought. The company decided to replace the bookkeeping firm with Botkeeper, an automated bookkeeping solution. As a result, Protobi was able to customize their bookkeeping package, including creating a streamlined automated invoice process for their customers and getting the real-time financial insights that they needed in order to make good business decisions and continue to scale.
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Accounting professionals understand the importance of an accurate income statement...it's a bit like a thermometer—you can use it to gauge whether things are going well or if your company is at risk of going under. But do business owners get it? (If you're an accountant reading this post, share it with your clients!)
By looking at this one report, you can immediately understand whether you're operating at a profit (or a loss—but we hope not!), what your highest expenses are, and what's making you money.
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Whether you’re an owner or an accounting professional helping business owners, it’s no surprise that running a company requires wearing a lot of hats—manager, sales associate, HR coordinator, operations analyst. It can quickly become exhausting and overwhelming!