Accounting has been based on the double entry system for centuries. It's said to have it's birth place in Genova - Italy where it was first recorded in the 13th century.
When IBM launched the PC in the mid 80's it introduced Lotus 123, the electronic spreadsheet. It revolutionised data entry and changed the way we keep track of our figures forever.
The next revolution in accounting could not have happened without the Internet. Phrases such as good Wi-Fi, download speed, signal strength don't need explaining.
You can track your data on any device, in any place, any time.
If your company is not ready to get rid of its desktop software package, then you may find yourself in the same boat as those firms in the 80s that didn't believe they needed computers.
More businesses have moved their accounting onto the cloud in the first few month of 2017 than in any other year before and software providers are fighting for your attention. This year is crucial for them as it could mean the difference between make or break.
I am here to offer advise on cloud accounting, help with software choices, data migration and to answer all those questions you might have along the way.
Feel free to get in touch anytime!