ProfitKeeper Wins Best of SaaS Showplace Award


Posted on December 16th, by thinkstrategies in Uncategorized. Comments Off on ProfitKeeper Wins Best of SaaS Showplace Award

THINKstrategies announced today that ProfitKeeper has been named the latest winner of the Best of SaaS Showplace (BoSS) Awards.
 
The BoSS Awards program is aimed at bringing attention to SaaS and cloud computing companies that are producing tangible business benefits for specific user organizations. These benefits include increased sales, lower costs, higher customer satisfaction, faster operations and greater profitability.

ProfitKeeper is a leading provider of SaaS-based financial tools for franchisors, affiliate groups, organizations and their members and franchisees. Its web-based, back-office solutions give users a way to simplify accounting activities while providing real-time graphs and reports for tracking and analyzing profitability.

Click here to read about the business benefits which ProfitKeeper has generated for its customers.

Click here to learn more about the BoSS Awards program or to apply for an award.







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