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Article: Why moving your practice accounts to the cloud with an integrated solution will boost your bottom line
Manual data entry, getting paid on time and too much time spent on producing practice accounts are common culprits of wasted time in practices. Moving your practice accounts to the cloud with an integrated solution will be a move that will set you apart from the rest. How? Time. More time spent with your clients, adding real value. Find out how.
The industry is changing. Many accountants are needing to review how they handle compliance work and identify opportunities to improve efficiency. Compliance has become a tick-in-the-box commodity, rather than a service. Leveraging digital technology will be the difference to staying ahead of the competition.
Finding productive internal processes is the first step to improving your profitability. The true challenge for most practices though is to regularly take time away from business-as-usual to question if your current practice management is as efficient and profitable as possible.
In today’s market there are also new questions to consider: how do we remain competitive and future thinking? How do we prepare for uncertain deals ahead? Manual data entry and standalone solutions could be holding your practice back from achieving true productivity gains.
Wolters Kluwer is the first supplier that can offer the advisor a solution to support a strategy of choice for multi-bookkeeping solutions. Find out how Open Integration can boost your efficiency while supporting your client's choice.
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Henri Van Engelen, managing director of tax and accounting, Europe, for Wolters Kluwer has noted some trends facing accountants today. These are his thoughts.