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Manage and Grow Your Small Business with Autobooks


In this time of uncertainty and with their doors closed for the foreseeable future, a lot of businesses are turning to online sales. If this is the first time you’re trying e-commerce, or if you want to improve your ability to accept payments and send invoices, then we have a solution for you—Autobooks.

We’ve already seen a number of our customers use Autobooks as a tool to keep their business going.

For example, Faith PCA went from face-to-face donations to accepting them online. Reclamation Vintage has enabled online shopping through a combination of Facebook and Autobooks. And Wanna Buy Sheds was able to not only accept online payments but also offer a discount during the COVID-19 crisis.

Elyse from Reclamation Vintage shared with us that, “right now, almost nobody’s coming into the store – it’s horrible. We’ve been putting stuff on our Facebook page with pictures and price, and we’ve had several sales because of that. People will contact us, and then we would send them the link, and then they would pay, is how it’s working. This sure fell into my lap at the right time, so thank you for offering the service.”

We’re so glad we could help Elyse, and we hope we can help you too.

Autobooks is perfect for you if:

  • You want to accept online payments
  • You need to track invoices and expenses
  • You are looking for an accounting solution
  • You need to manage and pay bills

Learn more, send yourself a test invoice, and schedule an Autobooks tour.

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