19 July 2018
In the second in our series of blogs on the benefits of cloud accounting, we focus on access to real time information.
When data (such as sales invoices, supplier payments, or bank transactions) is entered into cloud accounting software, the system updates the user’s account instantly, giving an immediate view of a business’s most recent financial position. This information can be accessed by the business owner, their colleagues and their accountant from any location in the world, providing an internet connection is available.
Improved planning capability
This access to real time information supports the ability to make operational and strategic decisions faster and with more accuracy, using the very latest information.
Reduction in payment times
Because the business has more accurate data about ageing sales debts, cloud accounting allows debtor days to be more effectively tracked and potentially reduced, thereby improving the business’s overall profitability.
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