Accounting made Easy for Kenya SMEs

MTN Business and the online accounting tool, SMEasyFrom MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – SMALL business owners in Kenya are set to benefit from a partnership between MTN Business and the online accounting tool, SMEasy.

MTN Business EasyAccounting will give entrepreneurs with no accounting knowledge or training, the ability to perform crucial finance and related business tasks.

The cloud-based solution features essential capabilities such as quoting and invoicing, complete money management, customer communication, simple reporting and an accountant dashboard. MTN Business EasyAccounting also includes an easy to use payroll facility which generates payslips for employees.

Omotayo Ojutalayo, General Manager, Small Medium Enterprise, Channels, MTN Group Enterprise Business Unit, said the small business sector is the lifeblood of most economies in Africa.

“As MTN Business, we have a particular interest in enabling and inspiring the growth of SMEs to stimulate economic inclusion in our markets,” said Ojutalayo.

He said the partnership with SMEasy complements this approach, as the solution would enable entrepreneurs to make a meaningful economic contribution, while also sharing in the growth of local economies.

Darlene Menzies, Chief Executive Office of SMEeasy, said they were looking for a channel for growth by access to customers beyond the traditional market of South Africa, and into the rest of Africa.

“We are excited about the partnership with MTN, as we believe it will empower and grow start-ups and small businesses across the continent,” said Menzies.

– CAJ News

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