Reckon said the redesign focused on increasing the speed of navigation and workflow, and enabling access to most application features in two clicks.
Certain features have been renamed, the firm added. For instance, ‘Selling’ has been changed to ‘Money In’ and ‘Buying’ is now ‘Money Out’.
The software has also now been tailored for any device, with the layout adjusting to different screens.
Reckon chief executive Clive Rabbie said the redesign “marks a significant step in redefining the customer experience, making it easier for small businesses to thrive”.
“We know our customers want simple, intuitive and tailored experiences across any application – be it their personal social media feed or a sophisticated business tool – and that is exactly what we have done with the revamp,” he said.
Mr Rabbie added that aside from accelerating workflows, the step-up in functionality will allow Reckon One to accommodate scale as its platform’s inventory grows.
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