How Rhino Helps Turn Your Business into a Retirement Nest Egg.

Many people overlook the potential nest egg they are building which is reflected in the quality of their trading history. That’s where Rhino can make a big difference. It can capture and safeguard all this valuable information for the day when you decide to retire or sell.

As a business owner, Rhino lets you manage contacts, appointments, notes, estimates, invoices, expenses, accounts and much more, all on the go. Our users organise their businesses from their phones in the moment – in the car or van, at the customer’s premises, in a coffee shop. The efficiency benefits are well known and help to deliver the goal I had at the front of my mind as we started the Rhino development programme: to give sole traders and small business owners their evenings and weekends back.

Rhino as a nest egg

But Rhino goes further. As well as storing your invoice and expense information, it also stores all the other stuff like customer notes, appointments, estimates, and details of the jobs you’ve undertaken. That’s the part which helps a potential buyer to get a good handle on the real underlying trading relationships that you have with your customers. And while I like to point out that the accounting function of Rhino is a by-product of helping our users manage their entire business, it is that built-in financial capability that lets you marshal instant totals for your trade across the months and years. It provides a documented trail of the business financials and leads to an easy valuation. In short, it can help to transform the business into your pension.

Rhino is a ‘mobile first’ app. That means we designed and built it from the ground up for use on smartphones and tablets. We didn’t port it across as a cut-down version of a desktop package. That’s why, unlike most accounting apps, Rhino provides its full feature set via the mobile device, including real-time financial data. So business owners can use this to take a snapshot at any time to make decisions, submit their annual tax and obtain trading totals for the entire business when it’s time to sell up.

While Rhino can help to give sole traders and small business owners their evenings and weekends back, the bigger prize is equally appealing. Yes, we made Rhino fully-functional yet simple to alleviate the day-to-day admin burden that often eats into your personal time. But we also focussed on capturing and safeguarding your trading history, which is so vital to ensuring that a potential buyer can arrive at a true valuation when you eventually decide to retire or sell your business.

  • Stores all your business information for instant access

  • Lets users organise their business in the moment – on the go

  • Holds records of all jobs undertaken as a trading history

  • Provides instant trade totals over the months & years for easy valuation

  • Rhino helps build a nest egg for when you retire or sell

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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:

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 Epicor, 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.