Over the last few months, while I’ve been using Saasu accounting software, I’ve been keeping a diary of issues and items that I would like to see changed and/or improved in the future. I am calling it my “Saasu Wish List”. Here’s my list so far:
Just recently, our original website “Choice Bookkeeping & Payroll Services” was closed down when the hosting period ended. One post on that site which was very popular was the one comparing Saasu to Xero. Before the site slid into complete oblivion, we salvaged some of the most interesting comments made by our readers on that post. Reading through them, it’s becomes very clear how far both platforms have come since these comments were made! Things have certainly changed and you can see this by viewing our updated version of the comparison chart here. Here are the original comments for your reading pleasure:
Saasu has started holding special topic webinars every Wednesday which we here at e-BAS Accounts think is fantastic! We have decided to create a log of those webinars so you can view them any time you wish. Here they are:
We are trying something different this week for our blog (well different for us anyway!). We have created a video blog as part of our “How to” series for Saasu. Hope you like it. Please leave your comments below and let us know how we can improve our videos or any changes you think should be made etc.
Continuing our how-to series for Saasu, today we look at adding a new contact to your accounting file. Saasu doesn’t differentiate between customers and suppliers as in many other software products. The contacts are grouped together in one big list but you can search for a contact via first and last name, company name, email address and contact ID as can be seen below:
Today I am starting a new blog series of “How To’s” in Saasu (and eventually in Xero too ). Today’s blog explains how to create a sales invoice in Saasu. Follow these easy-to-follow steps and you’ll be raising invoices by the dozen in no time at all!
Please note: This post comes from our previous website (and business brand) Choice Bookkeeping & Payroll Services. It has received so much interest over the past few months, we decided to bring it across to our new website so the discussion can continue! So before you point the finger and shout “plagiarism”, don’t worry, this is our work; we have just decided to move it to our new blog as the Choice Bookkeeping website is being removed from cyberspace in the coming months.