Web hosting solutions major GoDaddy has acquired Ronin, an online invoicing company.
GoDaddy, which targets small businesses, says the Ronin acquisition is the fifth in 15 months, which includes Outright, M.dot, Locu and Afternic. Earlier, GoDaddy bought companies because of their expertise in assisting Internet business.
Online Bookkeeping combines GoDaddy’s 2012 acquisition of Outright.com with Ronin.
Outright helped small businesses track their income, expenses and taxes. Ronin created a user-friendly invoicing product – taking the complexities out of the process for small businesses trying to get paid by their clients.
According to GoDaddy, the acquisition, made in April, has been integrated into GoDaddy Online Bookkeeping – providing a full-service solution for any small business looking to simplify and organize their finances and get back to business.
“One of our primary goals is to make the business of business easy, and GoDaddy Online Bookkeeping does that by taking the headache out of knowing their numbers,” said GoDaddy Senior Vice President, Business Applications Steven Aldrich.
The company did not disclose financial terms of the Ronin acquisition.