What is Cloud Accounting?

What is Cloud Accounting | FusePhaseThere’s a good reason why you’re hearing this reference to the ‘cloud’ everywhere you go. It’s not just a fad – it’s the way smart, forward-thinking businesses are managing their data. Here’s why we love it (and you should too).

With cloud accounting, you can easily store or access your company’s financial information with the peace of mind that it will be there whenever you need it. This means a lot for today’s businesses who need fast, anytime access to their financial data as well as more ways to streamline their daily processes in order to be more productive.

Cloud accounting makes so much sense, in fact, we can’t help but wonder why anyone wouldn’t use it.

We love the cloud. Let us count the ways:

  1. It’s accessible anytime, anywhere – With so many business people working on the go, having real-time access to financial data is priceless. Anywhere you can access the Internet, you will have instant access to your data.
  2. It’s totally secure – While your hard drive or USB might someday go inexplicably berserk and decide to gobble up your files, the cloud on the other hand is completely reliable. Bring on the hell and high water; your data residing in the cloud will still be there.
  3. It’s super efficient – With cloud accounting, there’s the opportunity to easily automate your financial processes. And you know what else happens when your company is more efficient and productive? More cost savings.
  4. It’s green – Zero paperwork is involved when using the cloud to store your important data, which is easier for you and your business, but on an even grander scheme, it’s easier on the planet, too.

Want to know more about the benefits of moving your financial accounting to the cloud? Check out this video from our friends over at Intacct, a leading financial software company that is all about cloud accounting, and then some.

WATCH: Business Benefits of Moving Your Financial Accounting Solution to the Cloud

Questions about cloud accounting? Ask them here or in the comments below.

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