Most traditional accounting software is outdated and often tedious to use, but if you’re mindful of the ongoing transition towards digital accounts it’s likely you’ll be aware of cloud accounting.
For those of you who aren’t, what sets cloud accounting apart is that data is stored on a remote server referred to as the ‘cloud’ where it’s accessible to all users with an internet connection.
For instance, when you update your status on Facebook or access your bank account on your smartphone or tablet device you’ll be using cloud computing.
It’s nothing new but these methods can also be used to help you run your business.
With various cloud accounting software on the market, all designed to help your business save time and money while also improving efficiency, Sage One is among the market leaders.
This blog post will attempt to familiarise you with the basics of using Sage One.
What is Sage One?
Sage One is a simple, easy-to-use cloud accounting system which manages your business cycle. You can use it to manage customers and suppliers, payroll, budgets and create useful reports.
It supplies direct channels to clients as well as providing a conduit for information, documents and other digitised materials.
Key features and tools
Sage One offers tools to efficiently help you manage your business. These include:
Online documents can be made quickly and stored online for easy access at any time.
Using this intuitive software will eliminate layers of bureaucracy associated with paperwork, freeing up valuable time to spend on other tasks.
A major feature of Sage One is its ability to provide customisation on quotes and estimates ready to send to customers. It’s a market-leader in this field.
Task management calendars
Online diaries assist with running your business day-to-day and can also provide alerts to mobile devices and all relevant parties.
Manage your financial tasks from payroll, pension and more in your online account and make submissions to HMRC by the appropriate deadlines.
Communication with clients is easier and instant, saving time, increasing efficiency and making it easier to track improvements which should improve client satisfaction.
Get in touch
Despite Sage’s claims of being easy to use, regardless of technical or accounting experience, many people initially struggle with the software – that’s where we come in.
If you would like further advice on making the switch to Sage One, selecting the right package for you or simply for training purposes, don’t hesitate to contact us today.