Cloud Accounting our help and support

Cloud Accounting our help and support:

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By Margaret Scott

Reimagining with Cloud.

Successful digital businesses are holistically applying the concepts of mobile, social and big data to reimagine their business. Cloud creates the connections.

We realised over 2 years ago that online accounting, cloud systems were starting to become more popular and to this end we started to explore the market and began to use an online accounting product called Kashflow for some of our clients.


A lot has changed over this time and we have noted 5 cloud products that are making their mark :-

We know all five products and undertake training so that all our team are able to help clients by phone and on-line with whichever system they are using.

Going Forward

Accounts automated by scanner – this really is the 21st Century

Receiptbank allows us to scan in all the purchase invoices and it learns which nominal code to which it should be allocated. The invoices are then imported into the product eg Kashflow and the postings are automated.

Fast and effortless receipt submission

From paper to the cloud in a single snap

Instantly submit expenses via:

  • Phone app: using your camera
  • Paypal: automatic submission
  • Dropbox: direct importing
  • Email: simply email us
  • Post: single or batch send

OCrex allows us to scan in bank statements where we don’t have a live bank feed for the client.

Exploring the Future of Cloud Computing:

Riding the Next Wave of Technology-Driven Transformation

Exploring the Future of Cloud Computing: Riding the Next Wave of Technology-Driven Transformation

Cloud computing is seen by many as the next wave of information technology for individuals, companies and governments. The abundant supply of information technology capabilities at a low cost offers many enticing opportunities. In addition to reducing operational costs, cloud technologies have become the basis for radical business innovation and new business models, and for significant improvements in the effectiveness of anyone using information technology – which, these days, increasingly means most of the world.