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Saasu
Website:
http://www.saasu.com
Company Name:
Saasu Pty. Ltd
Company Location:
Sydney, Australia
Company’s Founder(s):
Marc Lehmann twitter and Grant Young
Company’s Shareholder(s):
Small number, undisclosed
Website Launch Date:
June 2000
Number of Employees:
11-15
Number of Paying Customers:
Thousands of users globally
Name of Each Package and Cost:
  • Free (15 transactions per month)

  • Pro Package £28.50 per quarter (1,000 transactions )

  • Corporate Package from £72.50

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The Saasu Story

Educated at Balgowah Boys High School in North Sydney, Marc Lehmann went on to make his mark in investment banking before developing SAASU with web developer Grant Young to provide a complete online accounting service. Products available to its users include invoice, purchase, ledger and payroll.

In 2007, they picked up the CeBIT Platinum Excellence in Innovation Award. The following year, SAASU won the prestigious AU Business Advantage Award 2008 and earned a place in Smart Companies list of Australia’s top web 2.0 entrepreneurs.

Lehmann says the company is now, “Used by thousands of businesses in dozens of industries and serves billions of transactions every year worth hundreds of millions of dollars.”

46% of the company’s business is now offshore and SAASU is expected to announce a major investor which will inject funds into improving sales and developing its international business.

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Information correct as at 28 April 2009

  • http://www.saasu.com/ Marc Lehmann

    Thanks for the post about us :) Couple of corrections for you. Billions of dollars of transactions, not hundreds of millions. 28.50 is quarterly, not monthly. We also have assembly and virtual inventory plus light CRM/ERP capabilities. Thanks again. Marc

  • http://www.clearbooks.co.uk Tim

    Amendments made. I found your twitter account too :)

    Have you had a nose around Clear Books?

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Blog
Saasu
Website:
http://www.saasu.com
Company Name:
Saasu Pty. Ltd
Company Location:
Sydney, Australia
Company’s Founder(s):
Marc Lehmann twitter and Grant Young
Company’s Shareholder(s):
Small number, undisclosed
Website Launch Date:
June 2000
Number of Employees:
11-15
Number of Paying Customers:
Thousands of users globally
Name of Each Package and Cost:
  • Free (15 transactions per month)

  • Pro Package £28.50 per quarter (1,000 transactions )

  • Corporate Package from £72.50

Free Trial:
Limited to 15 transactions per month

The Saasu Story

Educated at Balgowah Boys High School in North Sydney, Marc Lehmann went on to make his mark in investment banking before developing SAASU with web developer Grant Young to provide a complete online accounting service. Products available to its users include invoice, purchase, ledger and payroll.

In 2007, they picked up the CeBIT Platinum Excellence in Innovation Award. The following year, SAASU won the prestigious AU Business Advantage Award 2008 and earned a place in Smart Companies list of Australia’s top web 2.0 entrepreneurs.

Lehmann says the company is now, “Used by thousands of businesses in dozens of industries and serves billions of transactions every year worth hundreds of millions of dollars.”

46% of the company’s business is now offshore and SAASU is expected to announce a major investor which will inject funds into improving sales and developing its international business.

Links

Sources

Information correct as at 28 April 2009

  • http://www.saasu.com/ Marc Lehmann

    Thanks for the post about us :) Couple of corrections for you. Billions of dollars of transactions, not hundreds of millions. 28.50 is quarterly, not monthly. We also have assembly and virtual inventory plus light CRM/ERP capabilities. Thanks again. Marc

  • http://www.clearbooks.co.uk Tim

    Amendments made. I found your twitter account too :)

    Have you had a nose around Clear Books?

I want a piece of this pie

Pay nothing today and try Clear Books on a full featured free trial.
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