We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our enhanced dashboard on Clear Books online accounting software.

Customers will now be able to manage their cash flow with simple graphs to help them stay on top of their business finances.

Here’s why you’ll love the look of our new dashboard:

It’s now easier to view the payment status of your invoices & bills 

You can now see what amounts have been paid, overdue, or due at a glance. Our new and easy-to-understand bar graphs on our easy-to-use online accounting software are colour coded so you can track how your business is performing and know exactly what amounts are coming in and out. 

Worried about missing a payment? No worries, we have you covered

Clear Books’ new dashboard gives you a birds-eye view of your income and expenses. You can see how much you can expect to receive from your customers and proactively follow up on outstanding or late payments. Equally, you can see how much and when you’re due to pay your suppliers.

Keep track of your spending and sales with no manual data entry 

Stay cool, calm, and in control of your spending. We’ll show you your business overview of income and expenditure spanning an 8 week period, so you can plan your finances effectively without having to manually calculate any paper receipts. 

If you want to learn more about our dashboard then head to our support guide to see how it works. 

We’re here to help

If you have any questions and want to speak to one of our representatives, our friendly support team is on hand to help. Simply call them on 0203 475 4744 or email support@clearbooks.co.uk

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Posted by John Fouracre

John is the manager of the customer support team and endeavours to solve all issues customers may have while addressing any questions about the system. John enjoys the constantly evolving challenges that are faced at Clear Books everyday. John is currently the longest standing employee at Clear Books and has witnessed the rapid growth and development of the system since 2010. When not solving everyone's problems, John enjoys to play sports, specifically football, swimming and cycling.

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