Andrew Flanagan, managing director at Digita, offers advice on how to ensure the technology you choose helps you stand out from the competition, and supports you as your practice grows.
Accountancy’s accepted wisdom came under a sustained assault from speakers at an event hosted by Receipt Bank in London this week.
This Tuesday (21st July) AccountingWEB are he
Resoundingly, the results of our straw poll was 'check Facebook'. Shameful, I know. I was wondering what your morning routine is? Do any of you remotely check on your practice first thing?
Any recommendation please for Cloud storage just for Word, Excel and PDF documents for a small business?
Not personal experience but - here is a comment about a problem that someone encountered
This is a question for those of you who use server based accounts software (such as Sage 50, VT, TAS Books, etc) and cloud software.
Cloud business software company NetSuite has formed a strategic alliance with long-time rival Microsoft that will tie its products closely to both Office 365 and Azure.
I know the general consensus on AW that cloud accounting is bees knees but my experience is that cloud is still not at the races and the fawning over cloud products from both clients and practition
Like many accountants I am sure most of our clients use either Excel, Quickbooks (Desktop) or Sage (Desktop) but there is no denying that the cloud is the future.