April 2016 Business Champion – Laptop Land

This month’s QuickBooks Business Champion is Laptop Land in Port Elizabeth. This family-owned business was established in 2004 by John Walthew and his son and is based in the Newton Park area. As their name suggests, Laptop Land specialise in all aspects relating to laptop computers from sales to repairs, and everything in between.

Laptop Land has been using QuickBooks Accounting Software for about 10 years and when asked about their experience of QuickBooks, bookkeeper Vikki Gray commented, “QuickBooks is just so easy to use. We have never had any issues and the fact that you can make changes is really great. All in all, it just makes quoting and invoicing simple. We use most of the functionality offered by QuickBooks and it really is quick to learn and quick to use”.

For more information on Laptop Land Port Elizabeth, contact Vikki Gray on 041-365 7675 or e-mail: info@laptopland.co.za

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