Do you love paperwork? Do you love piles and piles of forms to fill out? Receipts to keep track of? Invoices to complete? Unless you’re a very special type of human, I’m going to guess that the answers to all of the above are “No.”
Luckily, if you’re an entrepreneur, you’ve probably cut out as much of the excessive form filling-out as possible. However, there are some things that just can’t be eliminated and, unfortunately, that’s just the honest truth about owning your own business.
If you just don’t have the time, energy, or mental capacity to keep up with all of the busy work that comes along with running a small business (and, let’s be real: who does?) check out Zervant invoicing and accounting software, which is about to become your new best friend.
What they offer:
Forget those boxes and boxes and file cabinets and full hard drives of documents that you can never sort properly and are probably never going to look at again because Zervant takes care of all of that.
With Zervant invoicing software, you get:
- Time tracking
- Customer database
- Customer feedback
- Business homepage
And it won’t break the bank!
Everyone gets a free 30-day trial and after that it’s up to you to choose which plan works best for your team. For example, the Free option is for one user and provides time tracking and single entry accounting while the Unlimited option costs $95 per month (down to $85 if you sign up for a whole year) and is available for five or more users, provides unlimited invoicing, time tracking, single entry accounting, and accounting data export and reports for accountants.
I just looked up exactly what single entry accounting is and couldn’t even get through the explanatory article. That alone has me sold on the need for this software.
Apparently I’m not the only one.
Zervant has already raised 1.7 million dollars in funding from TEKES Young Innovative Companies and private investors. They report over 11,000 micro-businesses and entrepreneurs from 125 countries as customers, are adding 1,000 new clients per month, and tripled their sales in the first half of 2013.
Let’s review, shall we? Zervant solves a major pain point, offers you an impressive but not excessive range of services, doesn’t cost too much, and is growing really rapidly.
Sounds like a no-brainer to me.