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Cloud Accounting

Few business owners would complain of having too much spare time. Finding those extra minutes, or if they are lucky, hours to work on the business other than day to day operations are the most crucial for a business’s long term success.

Cloud accounting is able to provide just that. It is revolutionising not only how companies but also how accountants are able to maintain and access business intelligence. It is well past the “new” stage with many mature products and services now available offering world class, real time dashboards for your business at a relatively low entry cost.

We’ve already helped many businesses make the switch to the cloud. Don’t think that your systems are too unique, complex or different, because we’ll take the time to know the way you work and provide prompt, honest advice.

Hundreds of businesses that have already made the switch to the cloud are experiencing benefits such as the ability to:

  • Access real-time financial information on hand be it from a café, lounge or hammock
  • Issue invoices on site and track payment electronically
  • Never needing to back up your data again 
  • Save time not having to transfer data files
  • Take orders at a trade show - directly into your system
  • Unshackle yourself from a single accounts computer
  • Have your updates and upgrades happen automatically
  • Your data is secure and always at hand - on desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.

Learn how cloud accounting can save you time and money.

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Key contact

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Peter Saccasan
National Head of Business Advisory

T: +61 2 8226 4500
E: peter.saccasan@rsm.com.au 

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