WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU UPGRADE YOUR BUSINESS TO TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ACCOUNTING?
Scanned, electronic records and see who’s
received and opened invoices
User-friendly online software that
integrates with your accounts
Clear key performance indicators and
cash flow at a glance
Cloud Accounting & Why Zoho
Simply put, cloud accounting or online bookkeeping is the process of maintaining your records on the World Wide Web. How does this help you? By saving storage costs, allowing greater accessibility and keeping your data secure.
Our process is designed and based on an online accounting software Zoho Books.“The Accounting Software for growing businesses”. Zoho provides a single platform for all your financial needs, keeping you in control at all times.
Run your business on your terms, save time and get better insights into your business’ performance
We provide you more flexibility over your accounts. Through taking a new approach to financial management, you can spend more time on doing what you do best.
Our Cloud Accounting Service also makes you fully compliant with Making Tax Digital. Making Tax Digital is a HMRC initiative that will mean you will need to keep digital financial records and submit these to HMRC, at least quarterly.
New Ideas, Different Thinking
We like to embrace change and maintain your competitive edge in the market. Which is why, we don’t like trying you down geographically. We offer a range of services that are help your business.
We’re also ready for any growth spurts in your business. If you want to expand, we’ll expand with you. And what better way is there to expand, than with a qualified and passionate team to back you up.
We provide streamline so you can focus on the larger picture. With our combination of international experience, research and technology we’ll help you bring your business up to date.
Since the cloud is run online, everything is automatically backed up and there is nothing to install. Even software updates are free and instantly available to you. Having software that automatically updates means you’ll spend less time manually updating your system and more time building your business.
Easily collaborate online with your team and advisors by granting multi-user access with various user permission levels. It’s easier now than ever before to stay connected with your trusted accountants, advisors, and business partners who are looking out for the best interest of your company.
Cloud software ensures that no one can access your data unless they have login information to your online account. Because your data is not stored on a hard drive, if your laptop or cell phone is lost or stolen, you don’t have to worry about your files being compromised. Additionally, if a natural disaster were to occur, your business productivity wouldn’t have to be affected – all of your information is backed up and stored off site. As long as you have a device with internet connection, you’ll be able to access all of your important documents to keep your business up and running under every circumstance.
Cloud software allows you to have a clear and accurate overview of your financial position in real-time, all the time. Your “paperless” files are stored in your online database which means no more shuffling through piles of papers to find necessary forms or documents. All your data, files, forms, and information are at your fingertips.
Going paperless and uploading and/or syncing your data and documents to the cloud allows you to access your information and accounting software online anytime, anywhere, and from any device. Whether you’re at home, at the park, or half way around the globe, you’re business is always with you.
Keeping backups of traditional accounting software is a costly and complicated task if done appropriately. So is upgrading the software and utilizing their customer support. With cloud-based accounting software, upgrades and data back-ups are free and automatic. Rather, you pay for the software by monthly subscription.
Cloud vs. Desktop Accounting: What’s the Difference?
There are primarily two platforms for your accounting and bookkeeping: Cloud-based and desktop. Cloud-based software includes Xero, QuickBooks Online, Intacct, Wave, or FreshBooks. Desktop applications include QuickBooks, AccountEdge, Quicken, Sage products, and others. There are many considerations for moving from on-premise to online-based, and we’re going to discuss the top 9 points one should evaluate to see if cloud or desktop is best for their business.
The below info graphic illustrates a comparison between the two options:
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