According to a joint report, Building a Team to Capitalize on the Promise of Big Data, released by Robert Half and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). Finance leaders are dealing with a significant shortage of accounting and finance professionals who possess the technical and nontechnical skills required for data analytics initiatives.
Corporate governance reforms, an increasingly global business environment, and rapidly changing technologies are fueling the need for accounting and finance professionals with advanced skills in Information Technology. ~Accounting today 2016
In recent years we have seen accounting software vendors transitioning from desktop to the cloud environment. Many small businesses and start-up are jumping into cloud accounting mainly due to no large initial investment and affordable monthly subscription fees. Here are 5 reasons to consider if you are thinking of making the transition.
The best thing for small business since the development of desk top accounting software software. Cloud computing can give you access to your business data and applications from anywhere at anytime from any mobile device, at a reasonable price. The cloud gives small businesses access to technologies that previously were out of their reach and lets them compete with both other small businesses and larger ones.