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Cloud Accounting Services

Safe and secure data storage and transfer

Cloud accounting offers fast, secure and safe online data sharing and processing. Holmans prides itself on making continuous improvements to our business processes and information management technologies.

Cloud accounting software runs on dedicated servers, which you can access using your web browser over the Internet. Your financial data records are securely entered, stored and processed on these servers “in the Cloud”.

What are the benefits of Cloud Accounting? The top reasons for considering Cloud accounting software are:

  1. Automated daily bank feeds;
  2. Fast, simple and customised invoicing;
  3. Bookkeeping and BAS returns made quick and easy;
  4. Working real time with your accountant on financial statements;
  5. Bookkeeping and BAS returns made quick and easy;
  6. Safe and secure data storage and transfer;
  7. Smart reports with quick links to source transactions; and
  8. Easy preparation of a comprehensive financial overview.
We can assist you with your on-line accounting software solutions to:

  • assist you choose the right “cloud” accounting solution for you
  • setup and training
  • improve data entry, access and storage of financial records
  • ongoing assistance
  • streamline tracking and reporting;

Need help and want to know more? Call Holmans for assistance on (07) 5430 7600 or send us an email.

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