Posted 04/08/2014 by Will Farnell
Cloud accounting refers to the use of accounting software which is stored and accessed online. Web-based cloud accounting enables business owners to work faster and smarter while running a business by dramatically improving the efficiency of accounting processes. A local hard drive is no longer the central hub of accounting information – instead real time information is available via the cloud. The popularity of cloud accounting is gathering pace as users recognise the many benefits that it offers over traditional accounting software:
At Farnell Clarke we were early adopters of cloud accounting, implementing it into our business five years ago. We are delighted to partner with the cloud accounting pioneers at Kashflow, one of the leading providers of cloud accounting software.
Farnell Clarke client and Norwich pub manager Victoria Macdonald says whatever the future brings, which might include opening another pub, KashFlow is a ‘must’. “We love KashFlow. I can use it from anywhere, I can work anywhere, I can look up anything anywhere. We have the information at our fingertips. Wouldn’t consider opening another unit without using KashFlow.”
Pippa Lain-Smith, of Plain Speaking PR, is another of Farnell Clarke’s satisfied customers, and for her and her busy, mobile lifestyle, KashFlow’s multi-device compatibility is ideal: “KashFlow is great. Being able to just log in from my iPad or even my phone, and check various accountancy bits, has been really helpful. So my time is better spent on PR. That’s what I am good at. I’m not good at accounts.”
For further information about how your business could benefit from using cloud accounting, book your FREE place on the Farnell Clarke cloud accounting seminar on Thursday 7th August.Back to Blog