Trekim, a UK based bookkeeping service, is out looking for the next business that they can help. After years of steady growth since their inception in 2016, their personalised and friendly service has brought them success after success, with a fantastic retention rate and some stellar reviews from customers.
See more on these reviews here – https://www.trekim.co.uk/
Trekim has always made a point of standing out when compared to other bookkeeping services; their focus on simple cloud based bookkeeping software makes it easier and more accessible than ever to keep on top of payments.
This is a great chance for ecommerce businesses, especially those based in the UK, to now get fantastic bookkeeping services and support a local business at the same time. Trekim only has one thing in mind; the success of its customers. With a hands on and personable approach, they consistently receive reviews like this from their customers; “Kim is nothing short of a superstar. – if you own a business, and you’re still doing the bookkeeping, do yourself a favour and hire Kim right now.” – Will Jennings, Countfire.
They have an onboarding process that allows them to provide a completely bespoke service to every business they take on. With a Zoom or phone call, they can assess where you need help and can tell you exactly what they can do for you and how much it will cost, so there is no confusion or surprises. From there, they work closely with each individual business to provide the highest level of service, whilst always being available to call or message if it’s needed.
Further information about Trekim and their bookkeeping services can be discovered at https://www.trekim.co.uk/services
Trekim has been serving businesses since 2016. To date it has served many customers and has become recognized for it’s friendly and timely customer service, allowing businesses to happily work with them for years at a time with no issue.
As you can see straight from the horses mouth on the the website above, Trekim “take the stress and hassle out of keeping the tax man happy.”