Page Title: Exceed | Thuthuka Ltd

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Page Text: Toggle navigation Exceed Exceed is a native mobile application used to capture basic financial information. It is primarily for partner organisations supporting very small and small, non-vat registered businesses. Records are captured using the mobile phone and this information is regularly uploaded via the internet connection of mobile phones to a central server. The end-user as well as a licensed partner organisation and /or mentor can download various pre-defined reports prepared from this financial information. The reports can be used for general decision making, monitoring of the business performance, loan applications, tender submissions and tax filing. Exceed is supported by Thuthuka and is available as a native application on the following operating systems: Windows (Windows Phone 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 mobile), Android (Across Android 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 ) RIM (Blackberry) Exceed is also available as a native application on feature phones vai a J2ME application. The Exceed web interface is supported on, but not limited to the following browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer 11

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