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Expansion of New FreshBooks’ ecosystem enables self-employed professionals to automate more of their workflow to save time and make running a small business easier than ever before
Toronto, Canada — February 5, 2018 — FreshBooks, the #1 invoicing and accounting software in the cloud designed exclusively for self-employed professionals and their teams, today announced it now offers more than 65 apps and integrations for New FreshBooks, up from 16 when it launched in September, 2016. Integrations for the modernized platform include popular apps and offerings like Google G Suite, Stripe, Hubspot, Fundbox and Bench to name a few, providing small business owners the opportunity to save even more time and get paid faster.
To date, FreshBooks has helped more than 10 million people across 160 countries to send invoices, track their time, manage expenses and get paid online. Recently added integrations with the new, modernized platform offer customers even more options for automating workflow and reducing administrative tasks; this integrations growth signifies FreshBooks’ continued and focused commitment to help self-employed professionals thrive.
“Our mission at FreshBooks is to reshape the world to suit the needs of self-employed professionals and their teams,” said Mike McDerment, co-founder and CEO of FreshBooks. “Our recently redesigned platform was a big step forward to enable us to do more, faster for our customers, and that has included the rapid expansion of complementary apps and integrations. We’re proud to introduce our customers to an ecosystem of best-in-class technologies that, in addition to the FreshBooks platform, will make it even easier, simpler and faster to run a small business.”
Other apps and integrations available with New FreshBooks include connector tools such as Zapier and OneSaas; CRM and marketing integrations such as Salesforce and MailChimp; and project management integrations such as Basecamp, Trello and Asana. These apps now appear on a redesigned integrations page with enhanced search capabilities.
“We spent a lot of time and money on payroll, accounting and invoicing for more than a decade,” said Richard Berman, owner and founder of Oakland-based marketing agency Verb Factory. “We switched to FreshBooks for our accounting, integrated with Gusto for payroll and Bench for bookkeeping. All three of them work together seamlessly and create real value by automating manual processes while saving significant time.”
FreshBooks, which raised $43 million USD in July of 2017 to expand its platform, will continue to invest in partnerships that help meet the unique needs of self-employed professionals, the fastest growing segment of the global workforce.
About FreshBooks FreshBooks is the #1 invoicing and accounting software in the cloud designed exclusively for self-employed professionals and their teams. The company has helped more than 10 million people process billions of dollars through its easy-to-use invoicing, time-tracking, expense management, and online payments features. Recognized with seven Stevie awards for best customer service in the world, the company’s mantra is to “execute extraordinary experiences everyday.” Based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks serves paying customers in 160 countries. www.FreshBooks.com
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