The latest press releases from e-conomic international a/sHere are the ten most recent press releases from e-conomic.
e-conomic breaks record with 33% growth May 15, 2013 In 2012 more than 23,000 small and medium-sized businesses moved their accounting to the cloud with e-conomic. This has resulted in a record breaking turnover of 12.9 million euro.
e-conomic sets new record with 23,000 new customers in 2012 January 21, 2013 Figures for 2012 show that 23,000 businesses chose to use e-conomic's online services, and the total number of customers is now more than 80,000..
Debitoor launches as small business accounting freemium model January 08, 2013 Online accounting provider e-conomic has launched Debitoor, a new intuitive web application which allows small businesses to perform basic accounting tasks, primarily related to invoicing – for free.
Cloud revolution in the accounting industry June 14, 2012 With more than 50,000 small and medium-sized companies as customers, e-conomic is one of the leading providers of cloud-based accounting software in Europe.
Record year for e-conomic stimulates growth of 35 per cent April 30, 2012 After a record influx of customers in 2011, e-conomic increases annual turnover results by 35 %. 2011 turnover results come down to nearly 10 million Euros.
International Data Corporation puts e-conomic at the top April 23, 2012 A recently published report by the International Data Corporation, IDC, declares e-conomic as one of the leading providers of online accounting in Europe.
Record year for e-conomic March 07, 2012 e-conomic saw a record influx of new customers in 2011. With 13,000 new customers in 2011, e-conomic has now reached 45,000 customers.
e-conomic integrated with craftsman's solution January 12, 2012 e-conomic has launched a craftsman's solution suited for all types of craftman's businesses. With this solution, you can enter product use, mileage and working hours in the accounting software from anywhere.
Accountancy firms tell SMEs what they really want November 29, 2011 Paying fees on time, providing the correct information when it is needed and blame culture were the top three items on accountants’ wish lists when they were asked what their clients could do better.