As a finance manager or administrator, you may have heard a lot of news about organizations are saving money by moving to the cloud. You may have even heard from us how beneficial cloud computing can be for your business. Moving to the cloud can save time, money, and headaches. However, we want to help you make a successful move to cloud computing that will allow you to justify this move and the related return on investment.
As a manager, you may have heard of the S.M.A.R.T. acronym, standing for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Made popular by George T. Doran, you should expect those goals from both your management team and your cloud provider.
Works well with others. A cliché in the human resources world, it is a must when you choose an accounting solution that prides itself on being best-in-class. If you choose a best-in-class solution to manage your finances, you sit at two ends of the spectrum.
- Ridding yourself of inch wide and mile deep suites that require expensive customizations to even work together.
- An opportunity to choose from other software that exceeds your needs, and integrates with this best-in-class solution.
When choosing a hosting provider, a reseller, or even a SaaS vendor, there are many key insights that you must heed. Part of the ‘crawl’ stage in the three stages of cloud adoption, understanding the cloud environment: The responsibilities, the readiness, and the adoption planning must be taken to heart before making the move. Knowing the things for which providers must be held accountable will help you to make a more informed cloud decision.
As a business owner, purchasing manager, or finance professional, software selection can seem a bit cloudy. With so many different products, different salespeople, and different needs of your business; where do you begin your journey? We look to clarify your move to your next software, and hope if all ends well, we can shine a light on your move to the cloud.
When you are looking for a cloud solution, one of the most important things you need to understand is that of the service-level agreement. The service-level agreement, or SLA, is the promise that any vendor makes to your business.
In the coming months, new standards and practices may come to fruition that will make working with a cloud vendor easier on your wallet and accountant. How will the new proposed FASB bill make accounting for cloud accounting easier? Learn more from Dallas Provider of Cloud Accounting Trustantial.
It’s a scary fact, but some cloud applications do not meet the needs of growing businesses. Be it a compliance issue, a security issue, or even poor planning that leaves a cloud provider declaring bankruptcy; there can be issues for which your business must be prepared before signing a Service-Level Agreement.
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