Have you got your financial head in the cloud yet?
Cloud-based computing is revolutionising the way information is stored, accessed and used, particularly accounts.
A free seminar on the cloud is held in Poole this month for finance directors, financial controllers and business owners.
The main speaker, Allison Pearson of PKF Francis Clark, will highlight why the cloud has become so prominent and important.
She will also outline the software options with a short demonstration of the two main players, Xero and QuickBooks.
The seminar will conclude with a question and answer session.
Jessica Tubbs, Accounts Team Manager at PKF Francis Clark, said: “Cloud-based accounting is fast, secure and easy-to-use.
“It allows you to communicate financial data in real time, speeding up decision-making and adding flexibility and control to your business.”
Denise Ward, of The SME Financial Controller, added: “The cloud is revolutionary but many business owners, particularly small and medium-sized, are not fully aware of the benefits it can bring them.
“We’ll demonstrate how businesses can work better and smarter by embracing this new way of working, saving them time and money.”
The seminar is held at Towngate House, Seldown Lane, Poole, on Tuesday November 28 from 9.30am to 11.30am.
To book a place, please contact Chris Baker on 01202 663685 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About PKF Francis Clark
Chartered accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark has annual revenue of £41 million, a team of more than 600 people and 59 partners. Founded in 1919, the award-winning firm has eight offices across Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire. PKF Francis Clark is a member of PKF UKI which is ranked 11th in the Accountancy Age 2017 survey of top accountancy firms and the fastest growing in the Top 20.
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