GoDaddy continues its recent acquisition binge of small business services by purchasing Ronin, an online invoicing application, reports Small Business Trends.

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“Ronin, while not quite as well known as an invoicing app as industry leaders such as Freshbooks, … provides built-in time tracking, the ability to create estimates and integration with PayPal and Authorize.net to allow clients to pay electronically. GoDaddy is wrapping Ronin invoicing in with the features of GoDaddy Bookkeeping, a cloud product that currently goes for under $10 per month. That product is the outgrowth of GoDaddy’s acquisition of Outright (in 2012). … GoDaddy is in the process of transforming the company into a small business services platform — one that can serve the needs of small businesses beyond domain names and websites.”

Full story: “GoDaddy Continues Acquisition Path – Acquires Ronin Invoicing” (SmallBizTrends.com)