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Cloud has become an integral part of day to day business, with the majority of organisations now realising the benefits of having moved their data security, banking, communications and data transfer to the cloud.
We live in a world that is continuously being revolutionised by automation. We can now stream TV shows as and when we want to watch them, make contactless payments for transactions via our mobile phones and ‘driverless’ cars are just around the corner.
We are delighted to announce that our Manchester office have achieved Platinum Partner status with leading cloud accountancy provider QuickBooks Online UK, and are currently one of the very few Platinum Partners in Manchester.
Cloud accounting is allowing more and more businesses operating in the hospitality sector to reduce costs and make better business decisions through access to real-time data and reports that can be analysed and turned into actionable insights.
Often when speaking to clients about converting to the cloud I find that there is an element of scepticism about making the leap from desktop-based software, and a number of common concerns prevail when it comes to moving to a cloud-based accounting solution.