Is your business in need of a new accounting system?
Have you been using spreadsheets or outdated software that takes too much time and allows too much room for error?
Maybe you want to move to the “Cloud” so that you can access your financials on the go, even while travelling, and never worry about backups again.
Perhaps you’ve already invested in a good accounting system, but you know you and your staff haven’t been taking advantage of all the features.
Whatever your current method of managing your accounting, Clearly Accounting can help. Our experts can help you make the transition to a reliable and cost-effective solution for your accounting system needs.
There are many great accounting software choices out there with varying prices and features to fulfill your needs.
Some considerations to factor in to your decision include:
- Double entry capabilities – accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger
- Inventory management
- Financial forecasting
- Project management
- Number of users
- 3rd party integrations (Customer Relationship Management, inventory, etc)
- Accessibility – cloud vs. desktop, phone apps
- Online payment integration
- Capability to grow with the company
- Price – monthly, annually
How we can help
Clearly Accounting assists with the selection, set-up and optimization of your firm’s computerized accounting system including training of employees for effective and efficient integration into your business.
We have experience with a wide variety of software packages for small business, law firms, and larger businesses including:
- Sage 50/100/300
- JD Edwards
We have also worked with special purpose project/productions systems in the construction, energy and transportation industries.
These systems will help you manage the costs and profitability of your business, and minimize your tax burden. Keeping track of your financial records in one convenient system makes running your business both day-to-day and at tax time go both smoother and with less stress allowing you to focus on other areas of your business.
Plus, when you regularly monitor your business performance you can better manage your expenses and performance outcomes and quickly identify opportunities for growth.