Pastel launches cloud accounting programme in Zimbabwe

Africa office computingPastel Software Zimbabwe offers ‘in the cloud’ storage capacity at its data centre based in Harare. (Image source: IICD)Pastel Software Zimbabwe has set-up Sage Pastel My Business Online, a cloud-based accounting programme to enable start-up and small companies to access and work on their accounts online

Internet services provider Utande will work in partnership with Pastel Software Zimbabwe, who offers start-up companies ‘in the cloud’ storage capacity at its data centre, which is based in Harare. 

The service will aim to manage customer invoices, receipts, supplier invoices, returns and payments and statements in a simple and efficient way, the company said.

“With Facebook you can log in from home, office or the moon, if you ever decide to go there,” said South Africa-based Sage Pastel managing director, Steven Cohen.

“My Business Online works in the same way. Even if your computer gets stolen you can still log in,” Cohen added.

Pastel Software Zimbabwe, the distributor of Sage Pastel accounting software in the country, has acquired an additional 13.36 per cent equity from March 2012, with its subscriber base reaching 53.1mn, it claimed.

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