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Have a “Cloud” full of questions regarding Cloud Offerings for Accounting Systems?

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Microsoft’s 2012 Statement of Direction keys in on “Cloud Offerings” as the future for all sorts of systems, even Accounting!  So, you are not alone in having lots of questions about implementing your accounting software ‘in a cloud’.

The key benefits that businesses see from an implementation that uses either a public or private ‘hosted’ environment and/or using web clients for users are:

  1. Low start-up costs and short time to benefit.
  2. Low initial hardware requirements-which is appealing if capital is particularly tight.
  3. Simple software management, which can help you trim IT costs.
  4. The ability to quickly flex IT capacity to changing workloads or rapid growth, which lets you convert fixed expenses to variable.

Download a new white paper designed to allow a CFO/or software decision-maker ask 35 educated questions about implementing in the cloud from our website, and then contact us at Collins Computing to discuss your options and goals to implementing your software in the right environment for your company.

And if you are interested in how Microsoft intends on embracing the cloud with a web client in the very next release of their financial package click to read the Microsoft 2012 Statement of Direction.

By Abra Lynne Gilman, Collins Computing, Inc – Gold Certified Microsoft Partner – Count on Collins, Count on Success

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