Do business better with PS Bank Feed

Accounting has been made easy for avocado producer Narelle Heather, with the use of PS Cashbook and its new Bank Feed feature. 

“I started using PS Cashbook for our Avocado farm after it was recommended to me by my accountant at the time,” Narelle said. “I find it easy to use. It categorises every entry for me, all ready for any reports I need to produce and at BAS time.”

Narelle has been using PS Bank Feed, which allows her to import her transactions directly into the software. With Bank Feed there is no need to manually enter transactions, PS Cashbook does it all for you.

“PS Cashbook has simplified my bookwork greatly: with a click of a button I know everything I need about the businesses Income and expenditure,” Narelle said. “Bank Feed is a wonderful addition to PS Cashbook. It saves me a great deal of time doing the entries.”

The extensive support offered by Practical Systems takes the stress out of managing your business’s finances.

“The staff at Practical Systems are very professional and courteous, it has been a great experience working with them,” Narelle said. “PS Cashbook is great software to use and Practical Systems will train you in all aspects of usage and provide software support whenever you need it.”

For more information on how PS Cashbook and its Bank Feed feature can help your business management, please contact Practical Systems on 1800 624 688 or email sales@practicalsystems.com.au

   PS BankFeed 

  • PS Bank Feed links your existing PS Cashbook software with various financial institutions and transaction records.
  • By linking your bank accounts to PS Bank Feed you can automatically import transaction data into your product. Processing transactions becomes easier and removes much of the manual leg work when reconciling.
  • PS Bank Feed supports: Bankwest Cash Management Account; Westpac Bank; Macquarie Bank; St George Bank; Commonwealth Bank Australia; Bank of Queensland; National Australia Bank; ANZ; BankSA; Bankwest Cash Management Trust; and, the Bank of Melbourne.

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