Innovation for 
European Accounting practices

Save book-keeping time, optimise processes 
and raise profitability

Schedule a discovery call with the moduulo optimisation team and
Raise your practice revenue

Why accounting?

Historical overview

Since 1970
Before 1800
"Technology has changed accounting and book-keeping. Since the first records were kept in America, bookkeepers have used a number of tools. The adding machine in 1890 helped early accountants calculate receipts and quickly reconcile their books. When IBM released the first computer in 1952, accountants were among the first to use them. Today, technology has brought accounting software such as Quickbooks."
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"The father of modern accounting is an Italian monk, Luca Pacioli, who in 1494 first described the system of double-entry bookkeeping used by Venetian merchants in his 'Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita'.

Bookkeeping migrated to America with European colonization. Although it was sometimes referred to as accounting, bookkeepers were still doing basic data entry and calculations for business owners.

Up to the 1800s, investing had been either a game of knowledge or luck. People acquired issues of stock in companies with which they were familiar through industry knowledge or acquaintanceships with the owners.

To attract investors, corporations began to publish their financials in the form of a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. These documents were proof of a company's profit-making abilities."
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And today?

Modern accounting

Digitalisation and modern technologies force a shift from traditional book-keeping towards advisory and added value

Reducing tedious and error-prone collaboration between clients and their accountants, avoiding time-consuming book-keeping and bank account reconciliation, and switching from manual processes to streamlined automation are essential steps towards higher profitability and innovation.

Clients expect advisory services, tax knowledge, and consulting. Accountants deliver book-keeping.

Mid-sized accountants focus on book-keeping since the old times. Clients nowadays expect the same advice big companies have access to. Modern digital technologies allow automated data processing and extraction of useful information to deliver added value via consulting and knowledge sharing. Accountants have the needed knowledge

Our two-side approach to innovation

Simplifying processes and gaining higher revenues in European accounting practices is our main focus. 

High work efficiency for accountants is one side, the other is what accountants deliver to their customers:

Innovation

Boost your practice to accounting 4.0

accountantsHQ

Classical tools to manage your accounting practice including CRM, Invoicing, Time-Tracking, Deadline handling, Workflows, Business Intelligence, and Client Accounting. Our unique Preparator tool handles account reconciliation for your clients in a fully automated way, combining modern process automation and integrated open banking interfaces.
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clientCockpit

The completely new type of ERP system, delivered by the accountant to its client.
Unlike many solutions on the market, we connect the client to the accountant by offering an upsell solution. All the tools and processes in the clientCockpit are streamlined to fit into the accountant's workflow. They fully integrate with open banking, modern archiving, and third-party tools.
The client switches from a traditional ERP system to easy-to-use and innovative document-based workflows, covering all business aspects: invoicing, time-tracking, payroll, purchasing, reporting, and archiving. 
The accountant gains the necessary data intelligence to support his client in all aspects of business consulting and free up time instead of tedious manual book-keeping work.
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Raise your practice revenue

Save book-keeping time, optimise processes
and help your client 

Schedule a discovery call with the moduulo optimisation team and
Start with accounting 4.0

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