As technology evolves, more and more accounting firms are becoming interested in and placing their trust in solutions based on cloud computing platforms . Those who have already adopted noticed the transformation and the strategic impact that is converted to their clients. With the use of cloud computing it is possible to be more than just accounting professionals; it is possible to become business advisors.

This is because the cloud significantly improves efficiency within accounting firms. It allows, for example, that data and software are constantly updated and accessible whenever necessary. Backups and updates are automatic, eliminating errors and downtime.

The transformation of accounting offices

The accounting and tax services market is facing a challenge, mainly because clients are increasingly looking for lower cost accounting services. With the current financial difficulties, accountants must be prepared to offer their services to meet the strong cost reduction of small and medium-sized companies that are preparing for the difficult years ahead.

Cloud computing is transforming the accounting industry by offering the opportunity to streamline accounting processes and adopt services that add value to customers. Such services can include tax planning, investment advice, cash flow forecasts and a real-time look at your accounting information. Using software as a service, accountants will be able to offer opportunities in a more innovative way.

Real earnings of accounting offices

Accounting firms that adopt cloud computing experience several benefits:

  • Moving to the cloud allows for an IT infrastructure overhaul without a high price tag or technology maintenance costs
  • Cloud-based accounting means an easier transition to a paperless office
  • The cloud reduces downtime due to infrastructure issues
  • Increased productivity with access from anywhere
  • Secure data storage and disaster prevention are guaranteed
  • Cloud computing eliminates the need for an in-house IT department

Using cloud computing is the best way to plan for the future growth of accounting firms as it allows for simple scalability. The cloud supports growth without increasing upfront technology infrastructure costs.

Next Step: Moving the Accounting Office to the Cloud

Investing in cloud computing means eliminating IT infrastructure licensing and maintenance costs, as well as reducing energy consumption costs. With less equipment plugged into the office, the return is seen in a lower electricity bill.

One of the first applications of the cloud is the storage of data in real time, in a safe place and with procedures that guarantee the backup and recovery of all company and customer information, making your data safer and more reliable than ever.

Cloud accounting does not require installing software on your computer, it runs on remote servers and you can access it using your internet through web browsers. By simply using a laptop or any mobile device, employees can access data, software and different cloud solutions.

The cloud has expanded the ability of accounting firms to the future of technology. By applying cloud computing, small accounting firms can compete with larger companies without the need for large investments in IT, all thanks to the cloud, which has not only revolutionized business management, but also the level of service quality and customer satisfaction. of customers.

So, do you want to get the benefits of cloud computing in your accounting office? Get in touch with Sky.One and find out how our technical team can help.

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Sky.One Team

This content was produced by SkyOne's team of cloud and digital transformation experts.