Cloud Accounting Software
made for the Service Sector

Qoyod is the easiest cloud accounting software for service businesses. Whether you’re a lawyer, designer or an IT service provider, Qoyod’s easy to use accounting software will help you achieve maximum results with minimal effort.​

Tools that will serve your service based business

Whatever your business type is, Qoyod has the tools for it. Our easy to use cloud accounting software is designed to serve different sectors and business types, in an easy and efficient manner.

Adding products and services with simple steps

After specifying your product type as a service, you can easily incur the service and it’s service-specific details.

Additional details to better organize your sales

Through using the Custom Fields feature you can create and implement additional custom fields in these categories: Customers list, Vendors list, Manual Journal Entries, Products, Sales invoices and quotes, and purchase orders and purchase invoices. Each custom field entry can be analyzed through the Custom Field Analysis in the income statement report.

Get to know your customers by creating a customer database

You can collect the data of your customers and view their purchase history, as you are allowed to record the information of each customer, and know the total amounts paid and due, you can also export or import the list of customers.

Reward your employees based on their sales performance

After creating a custom field from the Additional Fields feature to specify the names of the service provider in an invoice; you can track and analyze each employee’s sales performance through the Custom Fields Analysis in the income statement report.

Your organization’s reports are constantly and automatically updated

You can monitor your financial reports easily, as you can find all your updated organization’s reports in the reports page.

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