Automatically pull transactions from your bank accounts and categorise them in Pandle for full visibility of your business finances.
Add a payment link to your invoices and set up automated invoice reminders to recover any late customer payments.
Send quotes, invoice customers and categorise your banking transactions on the go with the intuitive Pandle Mobile app.
View trends and set future cash flow goals enabling you to make insightful and informed decisions about your business.
Pandle is cloud-based bookkeeping software made with real people in mind.
Simple to use, yet comprehensive in its capabilities.
We have designed Pandle from the ground up to cater for UK small businesses. Pandle removes the stress of bookkeeping by streamlining every process.Create Account
Automatically pull transactions from your accounts & credit cards before quickly categorising them.
Get by paid faster and improve your cash flow by including a payment link on the invoices you send to customers.
Keep all your records and receipts in one place – Pandle. Simply upload and attach them to your transactions.
Create and send invoices using our premium templates. Then set up invoice reminders to chase late customer payments.
Complete key bookkeeping tasks from anywhere in the world using our mobile app. Available on Android and iOS.
Tag your transactions in Pandle to maintain profitability and access financial reports on each project you undertake.
Ensure you are always compliant by submitting your automatically calculated VAT returns directly to HMRC.
Select the functions your staff can access, meaning they only see financial information relevant to their role.
“I think Pandle is absolutely brilliant as it allows me to do the bookkeeping so quickly and efficiently.”
Alpha One Systems
“I would emphasise it is simple, but not simplified… it is very powerful, intuitive and meets all our requirements.”
Boogles Bookkeeping Service
“Pandle is so intuitive my clients get to grips with it straight away.”
Jim the Bee
“I particularly like its simplicity and intuitive interface, which is important to someone like me who does not like bookkeeping.”