In the latest update to the Provestor property accountancy software, we’ve added a brand new 'Get Help' section and have overhauled the Reports section.
We’re very lucky to have a superb in-house team of developers working on our award-winning accountancy software. Going forward, we’ll be sharing the latest software releases, technical news and updates from our development team.
6th October 2021:
We’ve added two new features to the Provestor software:
New ‘Get Help’ section
Reports section with improved user experience
"Our latest update saw the release of the new reports section; this was a fantastic joint effort from our summer interns – James and Matt from the University of Nottingham. The new reports feel more integrated within our app but also, importantly, allow us to iterate quicker on new features. James has decided to continue his placement year with us and is already hard at work developing new and exciting features."
David Ducker, Development Manager
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