November 21, 2018

Love Technology & Accounting? This Company Wants to Hire You.

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A software company that makes apps for accountants by accountants? It’s for real, and they’re looking to hire now. If your world is one where technology and accounting collide, you should check them out.

FloQast is a startup in the conventional sense, and they’re growing rapidly. They just raised $25 million in series B funding, and they’re looking to share some of that collateral with qualified new recruits like you. (You can read more about their partnership with Going Concern here.)

Watch the video below to learn more about FloQast and why it’s a great place to work. Then scroll down to see current job openings.

Your clients will love you

If you’ve done time in public accounting, you know client service is a big part of the job. FloQast is no different, but with a notable exception: clients love to hear from them, because their software makes customers’ lives easier.

Technology with accounting its heart

FloQast is a private company, but one perhaps like no other—accounting is at the center of everything they do, and a knowledge and enthusiasm for accounting permeate every department, from sales to software development.

And like we said, they’re growing like mad. They’ve already landed a number of high profile clients, including Indeed, Zillow, GrubHub, and the Golden State Warriors.

The best accounting jobs in technology

FloQast employees are passionate about their product, accounting, and each other. If you’re looking for a fun working environment with a startup feel and enterprise resources, it might be the place for you.

A better way to close the books

Interested in exactly what FloQast’s software does? In brief: it makes closing the books faster and easier for accountants.

The application enables customers to close books faster with a streamlined accounting team process. They can eliminate manual ticking and tying with automated tie-outs. And they’ll hit deadlines with fewer snags and less micromanagement.

FloQast jobs open now

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