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Cloud based Accounts Production

What options are out there for Cloud based Accounts Production and which is best?

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We are trying to move to an all in one suite of accounting software to include accounts production, corporation and personal tax and practice management, preferably cloud based. I know Capium has strong reviews but can it produce medium sized accounts?

What have you been using during lockdown? VPN into server based software?

We are currently using taxfiler for small accounts and tax and relate accounts production for larger clients.

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By Youareatit
22nd Nov 2020 10:16

Matthew Dickson wrote:

We are trying to move to an all in one suite of accounting software to include accounts production, corporation and personal tax and practice management, preferably cloud based. I know Capium has strong reviews but can it produce medium sized accounts?

What have you been using during lockdown? VPN into server based software?

We are currently using taxfiler for small accounts and tax and relate accounts production for larger clients.

Asked by Matthew111 - https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/profile/matthew-dickson-0
Joined 21 Nov 2020

Hi Matthew
Cannot answer about Capium, never used it. Someone will be along to answer that specific.

But the question come up pretty regularly about other software, about once a week, so have a look round. Not sure you will find just one software that does everything fully effectively to keep you happy, there are usually some gripes about each of them, depends what your gripe level is.

Re the other , use VPN /hosted desktop.

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By Youareatit
22nd Nov 2020 12:10

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
22nd Nov 2020 13:40

By way of an appraisal, I'm not overly impressed with the accounts production output - and in particular its attention to details - if Capium's most recent lodgement at Companies House is anything to go by.

Here's a selection:
Shareholders funds (B.S. - missing apostrophe);
..section 477 of the companies act 2006 (B.S. note - no capitalisation);
amortization (note 1 - amortisation is UK spelling);
..subsidiary company(Capium Smart... (note 1 - spacing error with opening bracket).

And I can't say I'm overly keen on the presentation of negative debtors figures of (£266,593) and (£346,498) in the B.S., although I concede that might have been an election by the directors' (not to include those figures in creditors) rather than any shortcoming of the accounts production suite.

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