How to review a cloud app in 15 minutes: webinar

Tune in for your half-hour Briefing next Wednesday.

Accountants and bookkeepers face a constantly expanding world of cloud software that can plug into cloud accounting programs such as Xero and Saasu. These add-on programs can swap information with cloud accounting programs instantly and are usually either free to integrate or connect through a cheap middleman such as OneSaas.

But finding the best job scheduling program, point-of-sale application or CRM software for each client depends on a range of factors including their industry, their size and of course their budget. Accountants and bookkeepers need to develop the ability to size up a cloud program quickly and decide whether it’s the right fit for their client.

In Cloud Advisers Wednesday Briefing webinar on August 8 at 12.30pm NSW time, Xero expert Paul Meissner from 5Ways Group and MYOB-to-Xero migration service Click2Convert reveals how to evaluate whether a cloud application is worth using with cloud accounting software in just 15 minutes.

Paul began his practice two years ago only using cloud software and is an enthusiastic explorer of new technologies. Sholto Macpherson, publisher of Cloud Adviser and BoxFreeIT, will moderate the Wednesday Briefing.

This is an essential skill for accountants and bookkeepers looking to recommend cloud software to their clients for use with cloud accounting programs. Click here to register your attendance. Numbers are limited.

Join the Cloud Adviser Wednesday Briefing webinar on August 8 to learn how to review a cloud program in 15 minutes. The half-hour show features Paul Meissner from Xero partner 5Ways Group and Click2Convert. 12.30pm NSW time. Register here. Cloud Adviser, a sister site to BoxFreeIT, shows accountants and bookkeepers how to recommend cloud software to their clients.


About Sholto Macpherson

Sholto Macpherson is a business technology journalist, consultant and analyst specialising in cloud accounting software.

Sholto is the author of the Macpherson Report, which examines the key technology trends facing accountants in Australia.

He lives and works in Sydney, Australia.

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