Nominal has released a new iPhone application offering small businesses in Australia the ultimate in mobile accounting software.
The free app allows users to easily manage their business finances ‘on the road’ with the security of knowing that updates are synchronised with their Nominal desktop accounting software.
Nominal founder Uri Maimon said, “Our customers are increasingly demanding software that allows for smartphone invoicing and we’ve responded with our phenomenal iPhone App.”
Business owners can view, create and update invoices, make purchases, receive payments, monitor accounts and manage contact lists – all from the comfort of their iPhone multi-touch screen.
Once in the office, they can open their desktop application and click ‘sync mobile’. This allows for synchronisation between the data on their Nominal iPhone App and desktop application.
“It’s a unique offering that’s giving some of the bigger accounting software vendors in Australia a run for their money – and it’s now available through the Apple store,” Uri said.
The Nominal iPhone App is a mobile application specifically designed for the iPhone’s small screen and has distinctive features such as pull to refresh and contacts integration. It’s the latest in a suite of accounting solutions developed by Nominal (a similar one will be launched for Android smartphones and tablets in the next few months).
Nominal has also recently developed a feature which helps business users dramatically improve their bookkeeping process and store their tax documents online in line with Australian Tax Office standards.
The feature works by integrating the Nominal desktop accounting application with Shoeboxed, a platform that allows users to send, store, scan and keep track of paper documents such as receipts and invoices online.
Nominal is a start-up company that specialises in supplying Australian small businesses with accounting software packages that are powerful, simple to use and affordable.
“Existing accounting software solutions can be complex and expensive as they focus on businesses with more diverse needs. Small businesses usually only require simple accounting tools – and that’s where we come in,” he said.
For further information contact Uri Maimon on:
Phone (from anywhere in Australia): 1300 155 534