Beyond the balance sheet

What you need to know about online accounting software [Free eBook]

Beth Whitmore 01/10/2015 1 minute read

Bethany Whitmore introduces the blueprint for business owners on managing their back office electronically through the cloud.

As a firm of business advisors and accountants we’ve helped vast numbers of clients with their online accounting software. Whether you’re moving over from spreadsheets and manual processes to a new product, looking to make better use of an existing package, scaling your software as your business expands or needing to train staff on specific functions – we’ve been there and done it!

With that in mind, we’ve decided to harness our knowledge into one place so that as a business owner, you’ve now got your complete guide to online accounting software. This comprehensive free document gives you everything you need to know to either purchase new software, upgrade an existing product or make better use of your current provider.

You’ll find everything you need here including:

  • When in your business life cycle you should adopt online accounting software
  • The key items to consider when purchasing this software for the first time
  • A comparison of some of the main providers
  • How linking your business bank account with your software works (bank feeds)
  • The benefits of the credit control functionality
  • How add-ons can compliment your software

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The content of this post is up to date and relevant as at 01/10/2015.

Please be aware that information provided by this blog is subject to regular legal and regulatory change. We recommend that you do not take any information held within our website or guides (eBooks) as a definitive guide to the law on the relevant matter being discussed. We suggest your course of action should be to seek legal or professional advice where necessary rather than relying on the content supplied by the author(s) of this blog.


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