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    March 22, 2010


    Michael O'Connor Clarke

    Thanks so much for this writeup, Michael. We're delighted to hear you've enjoyed your initial experiences using FreshBooks and the companion mobile app from our friends at Groovy Squared.

    We would naturally agree, of course, that apps based in the cloud are the way of the future. Access to all of your billing and bookkeeping data from anywhere, 24/7, without the need for any clunky client-side app is enough of a benefit in itself for many people, but some of the hidden advantages are even more profound. The fact that cloud-based apps are a great deal more efficient to upgrade and maintain is another remarkable advantage that benefits both the developer and the customer.

    As mobile platforms become more and more powerful and convenient, and fast, standards-based mobility becomes close to ubiquitous, we think we're only going to see more developers moving their applications to the cloud.

    Again, many thanks for checking out FreshBooks. If you ever have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch.

    Michael Detwiler

    Excellent write up on FreshBooks! I've used FreshBooks for over a year and have been extremely pleased.


    Michael O'Conner Clark - I'm glad you liked the review. Thanks for providing the added detail in your comment. I agree totally with the added advantages. I will continue to use Freshbooks and if I have questions I will definitely reach out and let you know.

    Michael Detwiler - thanks for the comment, it's always great to get real world input from end-users who are benefiting from the tools directly. I'm glad to hear that Freshbooks was a winner for you. Thanks for sharing.

    Jason Phellps

    Is there a way to extract or export your data in case you want to change services? That is what always worries me about these internet-based services.

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