Your App Survival Guide: The Simple 6-Step Process For Choosing The Right Apps For You

Learn how to cut through the noise and choose the apps that fit your business best.

with Gabrielle Fontaine

Which apps work best for building a streamlined and efficient virtual bookkeeping service?

How can you cut through the overwhelming number of apps now available without wasting precious billable time running in circles (and going broke in the process)?

The frustrating truth is, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits all App Stack. That’s because no two accounting or bookkeeping firms serve the exact same client base, or offer the exact same services. So how do you get past this roadblock?

You need a systematic approach to find the right apps for YOUR workflow that work the way you want them to. What you need is an App Survival Guide that shows you how to quickly sift through, and identify your best app options, and then put them to the test for fast implementation and results.

Stop spinning your wheels and join Gabrielle Fontaine of The Freelance Bookkeeper blog in this free, fast-paced 60-minute webinar.

During this session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Learn how to apply this process, step by step, to virtually guarantee you get the results you’re after more quickly
  • Review the suggested plug-n-play workflow to solve the #1 challenge bookkeepers and accountants face when working with clients, that you can easily adjust to shortcut your own front-end bookkeeping
Gabrielle Fontaine
The Freelance Bookkeeper
Gabrielle Fontaine is a freelance Professional Bookkeeper and Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor who assists tech-savvy consultants and self-employed professionals get their books under control, save taxes, and maximize cash flow and profits using the power of online apps. Gabrielle has been in business for over 25 years, and has been working 100% virtually since 2003. She is the author of the popular blog, The Freelance Bookkeeper, and produces online training programs, has been a popular guest speaker on business and accounting podcasts, as well as industry conferences.