Cloud Expertise

2nd September 2016

Xero Cloud Accounting: We now have 36 Xero certified staff.
At Whiting & Partners we believe that the greatest benefits arise from working together and so we are particularly pleased to be a Xero Certified Partner. Xero are the UK’s leading cloud accounting software provider, giving UK subscribers a real time view of their business finances.

This month 15 of our staff have taken advantage of the Xero Summer Camp, to become Xero certified, with our Firm now proud to have 36 staff holding the Xero Certified status . We specialise in selecting and setting up the best cloud accounting solutions tailored for each client and providing full ongoing support. By using the cloud you are able to get access to your business data whether in the shop, office or factory, farm or depot, or home. If you have a device with internet connectivity you can be hands-on with your business. Accounting is fast becoming a key application to take advantage of the benefits that cloud hosting gives you. The Benefits

  • Single set of data, facilitating shared and mobile access,
  • Off-site data back-up,
  • Improved efficiency,
  • No infrastructure requirements,
  • Seamless update and version control,
  • Preparation for regular submissions to HMRC under Making Tax Digital proposals

We can provide you with a computerised book-keeping service on a cloud platform, either starting at data input stage or at the VAT Returns and Management Accounting production stages.



 
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