Here are the top five articles that subscribers of the Accounting Apps newsletter clicked on the most during the week commencing the 2nd of January of 2022.

Float: Advanced Business Forecasting | (Xero)

Xero connects with over 1,000 apps that help small businesses and their advisors succeed, with most available in the Xero App Store. Each month, they celebrate an app partner who stands out for helping small businesses thrive. December’s App Partner of the month is Float, an app that integrates with Xero to give small businesses access to enterprise-level forecasting tools.

Top 10 Apps Client-centric Accounting Firms Are Using in 2021| (Connect4) 

In 2020 and 2021 accounting firms were required to rely heavily on two things to support the small businesses during the Pandemic: Software and Conversations. But what software was the most client-centric firms using to support their client conversations? Firms across the US, UK and South Africa used Connect4 to create a branded safe space to regularly meet with clients.  A professional, personal and productive shared space to deliver exceptional client service.

Fathom: 2021 Year in Review | (Fathom) 

As we all reflect on an unforgettable year, the Fathom team would like to take a moment to thank you for your continued support. 2021 has seen another significant year for the books. Check this annual review to find more about all the milestones hit. the major highlights, and all the successes. Don’t wait and join the celebration with the team! 

Why Should SaaS Businesses Keep Their Pricing Strategy Iterative and Flexible? | (Chargebee Blog)

In 2021, when people get annoyed if a YouTube video takes more than 3 seconds to load, it doesn’t seem very reasonable to expect them to wait a whole year for a software update and then pay extra to access the new features.  No wonder then, the pay-as-you-go subscription-based billing model is edging out the perpetual licensing model with its convenience and affordability. 

4 Ways to Improve Your Workflow With Google Calendar in Your CRM | (Copper Chronicles)

One of the best ways to ramp up your efficiency is by having a seamless calendar workflow. When you work from an organized calendar, it’s easy to schedule meetings and tasks, avoid procrastination, keep everyone on the same page, and reach goals with less effort. This is especially true when you use a productivity-centric calendar, like Google Calendar, plus a CRM with Google Calendar integration. When you combine two powerful tools (like Google Calendar and a CRM), the benefits of a seamless calendar workflow multiply.

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