Should More Small Businesses Use Accounting Software in the Cloud?

LeapPond_BlogPicLeap the Pond of Milford, CTC member and software management/business process consulting firm, recently blogged about a Capterra survey polling 500 small businesses for details on accounting software behavior and plans.

The report, written by Andrew Marder, shows that while only 39% of small businesses use cloud-based accounting software, the benefits for those who do are clear.

“By putting your information in the cloud, you increase the ease of collaboration, you put your users in touch with it even if they’re on the road (hello, travel receipts) and it gives you built-in protection from local data failures and other catastrophes,”

For more details, read the full blog article by David Furth, President, Leap the Pond.

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