Understanding of cloud computing continues to grow, but doubts still persist among company owners. That’s why we’ve created a list of 7 advantages of cloud computing for your business.
Verifying and recording business expenses can be time-consuming and companies often hire in-house personnel to deal with this aspect of financing. With SaaS providing an effective alternative, businesses of all sizes can benefit from using expense management software.
The global pandemic has changed the working environments for millions of people who turned their living room spaces into makeshift home offices to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. With the new shift to homeworking, the demand for cloud-based services went through the roof. Figures published by the Synergy…Read more »
Millennials are the fastest growing generation in the workplace and it is estimated that by 2020 they will account for approximately 50% of the global workforce. This new generation is coming in with different views and approaches to working. Businesses that have hit a slump may find that the fresh…Read more »
Whether you are updating your LinkedIn profile, listening to music on Spotify, or checking your bank balance on your bank’s mobile app, you will be utilising cloud technology. This convenient way of interacting with the digital world has changed the way we conduct our lives and is now becoming even…Read more »
Being ‘green’, ‘sustainable’ and ‘environmentally friendly’ are no longer just buzzwords; they are becoming a global trend in the way we run our businesses. Becoming ‘green’ is now easier than ever. With the implementation of cloud technologies, companies have not only made environmental feats, but have made substantial savings and…Read more »
The march of technology is an inevitable, increasingly visible and accelerating aspect of modern life. Historically, businesses have always been somewhat reluctant to keep pace, often being dragged kicking and screaming into an unknown and risky future. The dynamic times in which we live are forcing many previously monolithic companies…Read more »
It’s been decades now since the advent of computers promised the paperless office. It seems, however, that paper has a certain stubborn quality and has managed thus far to confound all reports of its imminent demise. But with the arrival of cloud-based apps, that might finally be about to change….Read more »
Spreadsheets are still a widely employed method of data management ever since the introduction of Microsoft Excel over thirty years ago. Businesses can organise data such as their expenses on a familiar system that most companies already have installed. A survey by Getdata found that 35.9% of businesses track their…Read more »
It is estimated that businesses lose up to £100 million each year in fraudulent expense claims. Employee expense fraud occurs when an employee make claims for expenses which they are not entitled to. There are several different types of expense fraud, including expense misclassification, which is one of the most…Read more »