TallyKhata is an easy-to-use mobile app for small businesses. The app is free and can be used without Internet. It records sale, purchase and expense transactions, helps in credit recovery, and provides profit and cash reports.
The app eliminates the pains and hassles of traditional manual ledgers including incorrect entries, calculation errors and credit disputes, said a press release.
The chief guest of the session Md. Ashadul Islam, Senior Secretary, FID, Ministry of Finance, said, “Connecting this sector digitally has become even more important during this time of pandemic. Government is proactive to work with all the partners to make this happen. We appreciate the efforts of digital platforms like TallyKhata to help these businesses grow.”
According to Dr. Lila Rashid, Executive Director, Bangladesh Bank, another panelist of the session, “A bigger portion of the small businesses are not getting adequate support from the banks. Providing necessary capital to this sector has been a challenge. But breakthroughs can be made by ensuring such digital platform services properly.”
Dr. Shahadat Khan, Chief Executive Officer, SureCash added, “Superstores use ERP software for their operations. We developed TallyKhata to bring digital benefits to small businesses - both urban and rural. This app helps businesses to digitize their accounts using a simple and easy-to-use interface.”