At last… a Small Business Solution That Comes Configured for Different Sectors.

Rhino has some great features that help new users get started quickly and make their Rhino experience hugely relevant. One of them is its ability to automatically configure itself for the customer’s business or industry sector.

It’s pretty clear that someone who runs a business in the construction industry – a builder, roofer, plumber, electrician, surveyor – will need a different set of features from their Rhino App than someone who runs a marketing or home retailing enterprise.

That’s easy. When new customers sign up to Rhino on the App, they can select the business sector and Rhino will automatically enable the features that are relevant to their organisation. It also changes its terminology to be specific to the business sector.

Here’s an example of what that means in practice. Rhino users who sell products directly to consumers tend not to need Estimating tools. They won’t normally manage Projects or have any requirement for Time Recording either, so Rhino disables those features. If they do want those features, they can be re-enabled at any time from the Settings menu.

This makes the initial set up of Rhino intuitive and incredibly straightforward. We know from our expertise in App development, and through our observations and experiences of other Apps (not just in the small business support market), that many potential customers are put off when they encounter difficulties in setting up a new App.

First impressions count. That’s why we went the extra mile with Rhino. Automatic configuration of the Rhino App makes the experience for new users more relevant right from the outset. And it saves them time. But there’s more to the way Rhino adapts to your business. In addition to Rhino’s sector-specific settings, you can quickly and easily customise the App to display in a variety of colours. You might choose to select a colour scheme that you like. Is red your favourite colour? No problem.

Many Rhino customers select a colour scheme that matches their business brand. You can add your logo too. It makes sense, not just because it’s aesthetically pleasing but because Rhino will reflect those brand colours and logos in documents to keep everything looking professional. For example, when you create an estimate or invoice in the App, the PDF created by Rhino will use those colours – which is ideal given that you can then email that document to customers directly from your phone.

Rhino App customisations come in many forms. They offer great flexibility and superb user choice, which saves time. Best of all, we’ve built it all on a process that we’ve kept deliberately simple. Our goal for Rhino is to give sole traders and small business owners their evenings and weekends back. We think intelligent automated functions that help new users get started immediately is a huge step towards that goal.

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Other great features of the Rhino App

Rhino is all about giving sole traders and small business users their evenings and weekends back. It provides simple but powerful no-nonsense professional features on a tool that’s always to hand, including contacts, appointments, notes, estimates, invoices, expenses, accounts and more.

  • Built from the ground up for use on smartphones and tablets

  • Designed to help users manage all their business tasks

  • Provides its full feature set via the mobile device, unlike most accounting apps

  • Users can organise their businesses from their phones in the moment – wherever they are

  • Available for Apple and Android mobile devices at just £9.99 per month

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About the Author:

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Eugene is a respected technologist and entrepreneur with a 25-year background in delivering large enterprise solutions to world-leading organisations. He founded Atlantic Global in 1993, took it public on the LSE AIM market in 2001 and sold it to KeyedIn Solutions, a leading Californian software company, in 2012. As a visionary with a deep technical understanding, operating in the corporate environment, he identified small business as the true engine of global commerce. Focusing his enthusiasm on the sector, he founded Rhino Software and drove the development of the Rhino App to help champion small businesses around the world.