Hello, and welcome to Startup Savant’s Kashoo Review where we’ll take you through their most popular features, package options, and pricing to see if they’re a good fit for your platform’s accounting needs. As you’re shopping around, it’s important to have quick facts you can compare/contrast without having to dig through tons of info. Enjoy!
Kashoo is known for its simple, accessible, accurate, organized and secure approach to dealing with business bookkeeping.
Create, customize, and send professional invoices to your clients in a snap, and easily sync bank accounts and transactions with Kashoo. Also, their bank reconciliation feature is available in over 5000 banks worldwide.
Collaborating with employees, business partners, or your accountant is great because Kashoo enables you to do permission-based sharing so you’ll be able to work together securely.
Has a responsive downloadable mobile app – Kashoo is cloud-based software so it’s compatible with any web browser and device.
You don’t have to worry about information being lost or copied because Kashoo delivers bank-level encryption, automatic backups and PIN/Touch ID mobile security to ensure data stays safe.
Tracks through real-time reports – income, expenses, accounts receivable, accounts payable, etc. and comes complimented by plenty of integrated apps to help you with anything from payroll to invoicing and tons more.
Provides you with useful resources such as an extensive video tutorial library, how-to support articles, Kashoo U, webinars and more.
Tracking expenses is easy. Just take a picture of the receipt and enter it into your account. Generates all the reports you need from accounts-receivable to profit & loss and more – leading to better biz decisions.
Through Kashoo’s quick-entry feature, you’ll be able to enter any data in just one click and survey it all at once on your screen.
Because it’s cloud-based, one drawback for plenty of people is that it’s inaccessible if there’s no internet connection.
At this point, currently, Kashoo’s mobile app doesn’t have all the features of its web-based program. To be fair this is somewhat common in the industry.
Kashoo isn’t designed for midsize to large enterprise, unlike Xero which is good for all business types even for freelancers.
Not the most comprehensive accounting software on the market. It may lack features your specific business needs. Do as much research as it takes to have a full understanding before diving in.
Their user-based is into the hundreds of thousands, so they’re definitely a legitimate alternative to titans like QuickBooks. Applauded as one of the most streamlined accounting software solutions, ideal for solopreneurs/freelancers and small startups. Their free trial is okay, but the payment processing functionality needs work.
It’s not Xero or FreshBooks, but the cost of the software is low. As Kathy Yakal at PCMag.com puts it, “Kashoo is good at income and expense management, it’s easy to use, and has good mobile apps but lacks the breadth, depth, and customizability of top competitors.”
Yes, it’s one of their core selling points. Kashoo is designed to be one of the easiest to use accounting software solutions in existence and the team has done a thorough job over time of staying competitive while also staying true to straightforward usability.
Setup is cake, organization is done well despite there not being a conventional dashboard, and their navigation is super-intuitive. You shouldn’t have any issues using Kashoo.
Below are three revealing screenshots of the software in action so you can get an idea of how it feels and behaves. We honestly prefer the data-presentation-style of Xero because it’s more intuitive with less visual distractions and navigation, but you may feel differently so let’s have a look.
You can see their features as well by looking at the navigational menu on the left – Upgrades, your different kinds of reports, then the add-ons if you choose or integrate any.
Then, as you would expect, when you choose a certain section it fills out and you can either choose to view the data or potentially change it depending on what you want to do. It behaves like most other accounting software in these respects, but with their own kind of presentation/user-experience.
Pretty straightforward. And the good news is with each you can give them a shot and tinker without having to hand over your credit card. On the monthly plan there’s no contract to worry about either.
For the most part overall, yes indeed. Their customers enjoy the user-friendly interface but on the flip-side gripe about the lack of advanced features. Again, Kashoo strikes a good balance between providing enough for simplified accounting without bogging down their approach. If you want or need lots of advanced features, consider Xero.
Do keep in mind there isn’t any cash-based accounting options, no estimates feature, and the reports and integrations are lacking. That being said, Kashoo does have a suite of features worth looking at. Speaking of which…