eAccounting Web Application

Everything you need to know about

eAccounting is a accounting software designed for small businesses to manage their finances and stay on top of their cash flow. Invoicing, accepting online payments and keeping track of expenses couldn’t be simpler.
eAccounting is built with modern technologies such as AngularJS, Laravel, Bootstrap, jQuery, Swift Mailer, API etc.
  • Track income & expenses
  • Capture & organize receipts
  • Invoice & accept payments
  • Run Reports
  • Send estimates
  • Manage 1099, W9, W4, W2 contractors
  • Manage & pay bills
  • Track Profit & Loss (Incomes & Expenses)
  • Custom user permissions

Stay up to date, anytime, anywhere.

Powerful invoicing features such as invoice tracking at your fingertips. What’s more is that you can access dozens of reports & manage your expenses. All power packed in one single solution —eAccounting. What’s more, you can also use our mobile app to manage your business on the go!

Get instant reports on your business performance.

  • Generate an accurate profit and loss statement, which details whether the business is operating at a profit or a loss for a specific period of time.
  • Run and customised balance sheet reports to help identify and analyse trends in your business, especially for accounts receivable and accounts payable.
  • Display your income and expenses in year-over-year comparisons using table view and bar graphs in the Company Snapshot.

Create Estimate and send invoices with eAccounting

Starting your next project? Don’t worry. Creating project estimates with eAccounting app is a breeze. Turn an approved estimate (quote) into an invoice with just one click of a button.

With Estimates app, you don’t need to create and re-write separate estimate and invoice documents. Instead, you can just convert one into the other with a click of a button. Estimates app allows you to send your client a price estimate for potential services or projects. 

Send Instant Email to your registered clients.

  • Generate an accurate profit and loss statement, which details whether the business is operating at a profit or a loss for a specific period of time.
  • Run and customised balance sheet reports to help identify and analyse trends in your business, especially for accounts receivable and accounts payable.
  • Display your income and expenses in year-over-year comparisons using table view and bar graphs in the Company Snapshot.