MTN Business Kenya MD Kennedy Chinganya
MTN Business Kenya Managing Director Kennedy Chinganya says customers will enjoy better user-experience and enhanced post-sales support. Photo / Engage BM

MTN Business, in partnership with online accounting tool SMEasy has launched a new business management and accounting solution for small business owners in Kenya. MTN Business EasyAccounting gives entrepreneurs with no accounting knowledge or training the ability to perform crucial finance and related business tasks.

The cloud-based solution features essential capabilities such as quoting and invoicing, complete money management, customer communication, simple reporting and an accountant dashboard. MTN Business EasyAccounting includes an easy to use payroll facility, which generates payslips for employees.



“The small business sector is the lifeblood of most economies in Africa. The solution will enable entrepreneurs to make a meaningful economic contribution, while also sharing in the growth of local economies,” says Omotayo Ojutalayo, General Manager, Small Medium Enterprise Channels, MTN Group Enterprise Business Unit.

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MTN Business EasyAccounting will give small business owners on the continent access to a highly effective, affordable online accounting and business management solution. “The partnership with MTN will empower and grow start-ups and small businesses across the continent,” says Darlene Menzies, CEO, SMEasy.

MTN Business Kenya Managing Director, Kennedy Chinganya said MTN Business EasyAccounting customers will enjoy better user-experience and enhanced post-sales support. “With this solution, we are introducing a practical product, developed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. For example, in addition to managing cash flows, MTN Business EasyAccounting also assist small businesses with tax compliance. We are confident that this product will assist small business owners in Kenya to better manage and grow their business,” says Chinganya.

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