Reckon (ASX:RKN) says the strategic partnership with Tidy will offer Reckon One customers the ability to efficiently use and track their resources “anywhere, anytime".
Sam Allert, managing director for ANZ at Reckon, says TidyStock delivers efficient business software to companies all over the world that need to cost, control and deliver projects or manage the stock they process and sell. He says the partnership will enable Reckon to tap into a market of small to medium-sized businesses that require inventory functionality with their online accounting software – especially in the manufacturing, wholesale and retail industry.
Allert also says the seamless integration will enable Reckon One users to easily perform critical functions such as stocktakes, stock adjustments, and inventory re-ordering via stock level alerts to avoid running out of stock and missed sales.
“We are thrilled to welcome TidyStock into our stable as not only will it integrate easily into our platform, but will allow Reckon users to avoid the woes of double entry and data discrepancies.”
Ray de Silva, chief commercial officer at Tidy International, said with more businesses choosing to benefit from the ease of deployment and lower total cost of ownership provided by cloud-based solutions, “Tidy’s 100% cloud-based products are a natural and perfect complement to Reckon One’s core accounting capabilities”.