Cloud Accounting

Work more efficiently with Cloud Accounting

If you want your business to work more efficiently, cloud accounting software is a wise investment. Working in the cloud will give you a better overview and control of your finances, and improve collaboration with your team.

Cloud accounting help to support your office’s book keeping department. The accounting software is hosted on a cloud server managed by the provider meaning all improvements, updates and patches are all taken care of.

Unlike traditional desktop accounting software, cloud accounting solutions update any financial information automatically, providing your reports in real-time, thus always keeping you up to date. This reduces the amount of errors that can be made when entering information manually. It is essentially much more efficient than traditional accounting software.

What is the Cloud?

The Cloud is an informal term for remote computing and its primary function is to store data. Many of us already use the cloud for social media such as Facebook, or for other services including online banking. The Cloud essentially enables data to be accessible from any device, anywhere at any time. 

How does Cloud Accounting benefit your business…

  • Instant access to bank and credit card transactions, invoices, tax and customer payments from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • It allows employees remote access to most up-to-date data and version of your accounts.
  • Multiple users with different access levels can be added far easier.
  • Transparency and visibility are provided throughout your organisation.
  • Data is synced to all devices allowing your team to work anywhere, anytime.
  • The chance of clerical error is significantly reduced.
  • Software updates are included in the subscription.
  • Multi-currency transactions are easily managed.
  • Increases work productivity.
  • Data backups are often managed by the provider – no more taking removable media off-site.

Cloud Accounting Providers

We are Quickbooks and Xero Gold Partners, read about the feature of their software below:

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