November 20th, 2014

Cloud Accounting – and how it can significantly improve your business

Cloud Accounting can offer some huge benefits for limited companies, especially those already embracing technology in their businesses. We’re offering a FREE WEBINAR (see below to book your place) and learn more.

The key benefits are:

Mobile: Your information isn’t locked down in a pc. You can access it anywhere and on any device. This means you can send an invoice from your mobile phone, have your accountant help out with a tricky transaction or even reconcile your bank account…from bed!

Bank Feeds: You can hook up your Cloud Accounts to your bank accounts / Paypal account so all your transactions can be automatically pulled in. It’s then a doddle to match them up or create transactions ‘on the fly’.

Brilliant up to date information: Imagine knowing who owes you money at the click of a button, what your profit for the year to date is, what areas are over/under performing. Because the bookkeeping is so easy and quick you can keep on top of things by doing a little every day (rather than facing a mountain when you hit a deadline). Anecdotal evidence has even suggested that some people even find it to be fun.

Addons: A major benefit of Cloud based software is the ability to connect it to other cloud software. There’s a huge range available from CRM packages, credit card payments, surveying tools. An endless list really.

We’re absolutely devoted to getting as many smaller businesses in the Cloud as possible as we’ve seen, time and again, the benefits our clients get.


To find out more we’re running a free webinar on 27 November 2014 at 2.00pm. It’ll be the perfect introduction to the advantages (and disadvantages) and how you can get started.

It’ll only last about 45 minutes and I’m sure you’ll benefit from spending some time thinking about working on your business rather than working in your business.

Places are limited and you can book yours here.

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Managing Director

Jonathan trained as a chartered accountant with Price Waterhouse (now PWC) in Liverpool before becoming a small business services manager for Grant Thornton in Warrington. He also spent three years as the financial controller for Brookside and Hollyoaks (not that he ever mentions it!).

Jonathan is recognised as a specialist in the entertainment industry and is often called upon to provide training courses and seminars for media professionals. He's also a bit of a technology geek and has been recognised with the accountancy industry as one of the most progressive accountants in the UK.
Outside of work Jonathan is very proud to be the Treasurer of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace and to be on the Council of the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA)

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