Komodo Maths on the rise thanks to KashFlow
Growth is one of the most important parts of any small business, and it’s great to hear how many of KashFlow’s customers are seeing this growth, partly thanks to our time-saving and easy-to-use online accounting software.
This includes Komodo Maths, an online maths tutoring service with not only the cutest brand logo (who doesn’t love some animated lizards in glasses?) but also the potential to change how kids learn maths.
Developed to help children aged between 5 and 11, Komodo is a fast and rewarding, fully online method of practicing maths that little people will actually enjoy. The system works on iPads, android powered tablets and desktop Macs and PCs, and is designed to complement what children are learning in school.
The new business has already had a wonderful response from its subscribers, and is also generating much digital interest. In the past year Komodo has won two prestigious digital technology awards (including the Samsung Digital Media Award for E-Learning) and has been nominated for a third.
How has KashFlow helped?
Komodo co-founder Jane Magowan says KashFlow’s simple and effective software has allowed the business to focus on customer experience, by freeing the team up from bookkeeping and accounting. Additionally, by using KashFlow, the still growing company has been able to reassure its potential investors that its accounts are all in order.
“Kashflow has helped Komodo grow because it has allowed us to concentrate on our service – taking away the spirit sapping chore of doing the books. We’re entrepreneurs growing a new business – so there are many more important things to be doing rather than bookkeeping.”
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