ekmPowershop adds KashFlow accounting

By Chris Dawson March 22, 2012 - 12:10 pm

Managing accounts just got easier for tens of thousands of online shop owners today – ekmPowershop and KashFlow have announced an official integration between their market leading ecommerce and accounting platforms.

Any ecommerce website built on ekmPowershop (which powers 1 in every 4 online shops in the UK after its recent acquisition of Tiger Commerce) now has the ability to have order data published straight into KashFlow, with no manual work required.

KashFlow is an easy to use, hassle free accounts package that’s focused on allowing business owners to spend more time doing business, and less time shackled to their accounts, traditionally done through spreadsheets and other laborious methods.

KashFlow is the latest in a growing list of ekmPowershop ‘Connected Partners’, a new initiative introduced by the ecommerce giant. ‘Connected Partners’ allows 3rd party providers to easily integrate their software or applications into ekmPowershop’s market leading ecommerce solution, through a special partner API (Automated Programming Interface).

This latest partnership means has integrations in multi channel (eBay/Amazon/Ecommerce inventory management), fulfilment (physical stock holding and despatch) and now accounts. Each platform has their own respective costs, but ekmPowershop makes no extra charges for shop owners wanting to take advantage of using both systems in unison, something which can cost hundreds or even thousands of pounds through ecommerce agencies up and down the country.

ekmPowershop’s best in class ecommerce software, which is now available in 6 countries worldwide, is fully integrated into KashFlow’s control panel and ready to use today and comes with a free no obligation trial. There is also a free 14 day KashFlow trial available to all users.

  • Glenn
    10 years ago

    I used to run a shop powered by ekmPowershop and during its life it was actually reasonable successful. I only closed it because I got in a right mess with stock management. I wish this add on had been available back then, because I would still be running that shop now.

    However the shop was easy to set up and the staff at ekm were always helpful and although it doesn’t fit my current plans I would have no qualms about returning to them at some future point in time.

    Anybody looking to open their own shop really should give ekm a good inspection

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