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Singapore’s SME migration of the decade to cloud accounting

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In earlier days SME used a costly and unscalable system to track the investments. That system requires manual work due to that SME need to spend more money on labor cost.

To reduce and avoid these issues, cloud computing is the best solution for SMEs. This cloud platform provides reliability and scalability for your business data.

Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is one of the computing platforms to store, manage and process the business financial information through the internet.  This information can be accessed from the various system through the network connection.

Cloud Computing Benefits

After migrating to cloud SMEs can save up to 50% in savings. Cloud accounting always provide user relationship between user demand and price.


Even non-accountants can able to handle the cloud accounting software for their business and personal use.


Cloud accounting software always stores the information in the cloud server. So your business confidential information is managed very well.


While tracking the business information manually it may cause mistakes. But the cloud accounting software reduced it.

No Paper

No need for books and ledgers for accounting purpose.  Paper is not providing security for your financial documents.

SMEs best positioned to take advantage of cloud

If SMEs meet anyone of the following condition, then we advise using cloud computing.

Are you a new startup company

Are you trying to invest in new resources?

Are you going to outsource your tasks?

Few safety tips for migrating to the cloud

#1. Migrate non-system critical functions.

First, you have to migrate easy function such as offsite backup and bookkeeping. After that, you have to migrate the other functions such as Document Management, CRM, etc.

#2. Use 30 day free trials.

Utilize the free trial to check whether this platform provides an accurate solution for your business.

#3. Demand service level agreements.

Without service level agreements don’t commit with service providers.  Before the commitment, you need to read the terms and conditions carefully to ensure whether there are any direct and indirect switching costs.

#4.  Platform certification.

You have to choose certified accounting service providers. They only know the cloud platform and how it works etc.

These are the basic safety tip for migrating to cloud. Do you want to know more about cloud computing? You can visit the blog: Cloud accounting software benefits.  Further queries call us on + 65 6227 1797 / +65 6746 2613  and Email us on

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