SMEasy is a unique Accounting and Business Management solution for the SMME market that is specifically designed for people who don’t understand accounting.
SMEasy is an online, award-winning Business Management and Accounting solution for start-ups and small businesses. It is specifically designed for entrepreneurs who struggle with accounting, no accounting knowledge is needed to use it. It is a convenient easy-to-use system that does quoting, invoicing, payroll and complete money management including the owner’s personal money used in the business. It also provides simple reports that let you know who you owe and who owes you and provides a simple cash flow report to help you to stay on top of your business.
SMEasy offers comprehensive free support options including email, online help videos, live text chat and call centre support. It is available 24/7 from any internet connected device including mobile phone and being a cloud-based solution all your data is backed up and secure all the time. At only R150 per month including VAT with unlimited users SMEasy is very affordable and provides excellent value for money.
SMEasy has been awarded a national innovation award and was the Country Winner at the 2013 World Summit Awards for Best Business and e-Commerce Product. SMEasy has secured significant investment from venture capital companies that include 4Di Capital, a Reinet Group and Oppenheimer Sons subsidiary, ASISA fund managed by EdgeGrowth, Grovest and Grotech.
Darlene is a technology innovator and serial entrepreneur and founded her first software company in 2004. She has firsthand experience in what it takes to start and grow a business. She understands the difficulties entrepreneurs encounter in trying to raise finance and the enormous challenges they have to overcome to establish a successful enterprise. Over the past ten years, Darlene has used this experience to develop practical, easy-to-use software tools for small businesses. Some of these include the award-winning SMEasy and FinFind.
- Product conceptualisation to commercialisation
- Deal making
- Business development