Sole aims to make it simple for small business owners to manage their money from their smartphones.
The app, which has launched nationally, allows freelancers, sole traders and the self-employed to stay on top of their money, and offers business insights, quote and invoice generation and client supplier lists.
Johann Oberholzer designed Sole to fill a gap in the market. A Brisbane-based accountant, Oberholzer says, "It all started when I spoke to a friend who is a sole trader and they mentioned things like lost receipts that could have been claimed and work that had gone unpaid because there was no simple way to consolidate and track it on the move."
"The app has made tedious accounting a thing of the past for me," says Brisbane tradie Leslie Rubman. "Now I'm able to issue invoices on the spot at the end of the job, rather than churning them out manually at the end of the day, which is resulting in my invoices being paid a lot faster."
The app has taken two years to create, and is available to download on both iOS and Android, with monthly packages starting from $14.99.