What is Fathom QuickBooks?

What is Fathom QuickBooks?

Fathom is a financial analysis and management reporting tool which helps you to assess business performance, monitor trends and identify improvement opportunities. Fathom enables you to measure and monitor the financial and non-financial metrics which matter most to your business.

What does fathom cost?

Fathom Pricing

Name Price
Starter $44per month, 1 company included
Silver $225per month, 10 companies included
Gold $325per month, 25 companies included
Platinum $575per month, 50 companies included

Who is Josh Harley?

Josh Harley is a serial entrepreneur, Founder, and CEO of Fathom Holdings, tech geek, innovator, disruptor, marketer, teacher, artist, U.S. Marine, and an Alaska-raised sweet tea fiend.

Is Fathom free?

Fathom Pricing Overview Fathom pricing starts at $44.00 per feature, per month. They do not have a free version. Fathom offers a free trial. See additional pricing details below.

Is fathom free with QBO?

Customers who have a QuickBooks Online Advanced subscription will receive access to Fathom. You can connect to Fathom by logging into QuickBooks and going to the ‘Reporting’ or the ‘My Apps’ section.

Does fathom work with QuickBooks desktop?

The Fathom Desktop Connector will work with any recent version of QuickBooks Desktop from the US, United Kingdom and Canada. We support versions from the current year and the three years prior.

Who invented fathom?

In this video, we hear from two people who were at the very forefront of developing Forecasting, Head of Product Laura Van Doore, and Fathom Co-Founder Geoff Cook.

Does fathom have an app?

Fathom is a leading app in the Xero ecosystem, having helped thousands of advisors and business owners around the world to gain the valuable insights they need to make better business decisions.

Does QBO advanced include fathom?

What is a fathom in the Bible?

Fathom comes from Old English fæthm, meaning “outstretched arms.” The noun fathom, which now commonly refers to a measure (especially of depth) of six feet, was originally used for the distance, fingertip to fingertip, created by stretching one’s arms straight out from the sides of the body.

Why do fishermen use fathoms?

A fathom is a unit of length in the imperial and the U.S. customary systems equal to 6 feet (1.8288 m), used especially for measuring the depth of water. Historically, however, it is the most frequently employed maritime measure of depth in the English-speaking world. There are two yards (6 feet) in an imperial fathom.