Simplify your accounting with integrations

Nov 13, 2020
3 min read

Technology’s raison d'être is supposed to be helping you do your work easier and better, but there is so much of it everywhere that it can sometimes be overwhelming. We get it.

There are so many apps to choose from and so many options to choose from that it is difficult to know where to start. 

Even after you’ve chosen the software you want to work with, there might be some overlap between some of the tools you use. For instance, chances are you will need to re-enter the same information about your clients on different software tools. 

This is why integrations are so important.

Seamless integrations

Your personal assistant Uku can help you organise all your different tools. 

Uku also has its own browser plugin, Mini Uku, which helps you add new tasks, track time and keep on top of all your notifications from any website.

No matter where you are and the tasks you are working on, Mini Uku will be ready to help you, whether you’re making bank transfers or working in your accounting software. With just one click on the owl icon, you can see an overview of your entire working day to help you plan your schedule more efficiently.

Accounting software and Companies House

Uku works with your online accounting software. It integrates with your existing systems, whether that is Xero, Sage, FreeAgent, FreshBooks, QuickBooks, Zoho Books, Kashoo, or Capium.

And, when it comes to Companies House, you can rest assured that your client information is up to date. 

Uku autofills records based on Companies House details, which allows you to save time and reduce human error by eliminating the need to re-key information.

Try Uku for free and find out what it can do for you. 

Take control of your billing process with Uku. Start your free 30-day trial now.

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Autori Pilt
Customer Success at Uku

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