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HubDoc - viable alternative to AE/RB/DM?

is it worth evaluating this software or should we stick with popular alternatives

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Given the aquisition of the above by Xero, and perhaps slightly prematurely (given that we wont yet know the pricing implications, positive or negative) I'm wondering whether Hubdoc might be worth looking at.

A quick search of AnyAnswers came up with one thread, in which nobody replied that they were using HubDoc.  Whilst I would want to trial it properly anyway, it would be good to know if anyone here has already evaluated it and come up with a list of advantages (and more importantly, any failings) before I spend too much time on it.

 

 

NB first ever question post - so the first time ive seen the statement from AWeb that "Any abuse of the ability to publish anonymously will not be tolerated and offending users will be banned from AccountingWEB".   By 'not tolerated' i assume they mean 'accepted universally'

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
01st Aug 2018 13:28

“... "Any abuse of the ability to publish anonymously will not be tolerated and offending users will be banned from AccountingWEB". By 'not tolerated' i assume they mean 'accepted universally'”

correct.

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By Cheshire
01st Aug 2018 13:55

“... "Any abuse of the ability to publish anonymously will not be tolerated and offending users will be banned from AccountingWEB". By 'not tolerated' i assume they mean 'accepted universally'”

Now copied and pasted to a post it note on my screen to remind Aweb of their own rules when reporting Anons (assuming I can bothered in the first instance!)

Sorry Mt_Awol - never used Hubdoc so cant comment.

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By RedFive
01st Aug 2018 14:15

That was my question you refer to, and can be found here:

https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/any-answers/anyone-using-hubdoc-yet

And yes, no responses which i took to mean no one was using it.

I binned it off after trialing for a month. The dashboard is hopeless compared to AE. You can't see client uploads at a glance. In other words you would have to login to each client to see whether they had uploaded anything.

To compound that flaw you can't turn notifications on per client as you can with AE.

And you can't upload Sales invoices (same as you can't with RB) which you can with AE.

As you can tell I'm fully with AE now and paying them circa £150 per month for the privilege.

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By Mr_awol
01st Aug 2018 15:33

Yes it was your Q and this thread has had a similar lack of repsonses which suggests it isn't being used much - in the UK at least.

Maybe one to keep an eye on in a year or so

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