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2006 saw the introduction of cloud computing. Cloud computing is defined as the delivery of
computing services – including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and
intelligence over the internet (‘the cloud’). Between 2006 and 2015, advances in cloud computing
meant that we started to see some notable changes in the provision of accounting software. New
products like Xero came to the market, existing desktop software providers like Quickbooks
upgraded their product to cloud-based software to be in the market.
Many businesses have already embraced the rapid advances in cloud computing
and upgraded their desktop accounting software.
We have listed down a few benefits of
using cloud accounting software
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