About the blog

The Acomba blog invites businesspeople from all activity sectors to share advice inspired by their personal experience, provides information on e-commerce and shares tips on using the Acomba software.

The Sections of the Acomba blog

Advice from entrepreneurs

The goal of this section is to help both startup and experienced entrepreneurs to better manage or grow their business with advice from other businesspeople. Entrepreneurs who participate in the blog by sharing an anecdote can display their business’s logo and website address at the bottom of the corresponding article.

We reserve the right to select the entrepreneurs with whom we will draft an article based on the pertinence of the advice or anecdotes, the number of requests and availability.


In this section, we share information and advice on the fascinating world of e-commerce. As we mentioned in the article The law of virtual selection and like Acomba e-commerce customers have already understood, online sales is the future of retail commerce, and even B2B commerce, just like the Internet was the future of communication at the end of the 20th century.

Acomba Tips

Acomba customers will be pleased to learn that this blog will also be used to share advice on the use of the Acomba software. If there are functions that you would like to see covered more in-depth on this blog, contact us by completing the form at the bottom of the page!


This is where you will find news about our software applications, this blog or events related to our universe.

What is Acomba?

Acomba is accounting management software used by more than 40,000 SMBs. Its modular structure allows SMBs to purchase only the functions that they need.

The software can be used to pay suppliers online, manage accounts payable and accounts receivable, as well as produce statements of account and financial statements.

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You have a business or you work with an entrepreneur?

Partagez un conseil d’entrepreneur avec les internautes en racontant une anecdote ou une histoire que vous avez vécue. Votre conseil peut porter sur votre secteur d’activité spécifique ou sur des sujets de gestion plus généraux.