The current market of web-based systems ranges from high-end comprehensive suites designed to meet the needs of enterprise-level organizations, down to simple streamlined user-friendly applications geared toward very small entities. As available features increase, the complexity and cost also increases.
So is SaaS right for your small business clients? It probably is for at least some. And since the benefits can also extend to your firm, it’s worth considering and perhaps recommending a switch.
2011 Review of SaaS Accounting Systems for Small Business
NetSuite was one of the first online accounting systems for small and mid-sized business, debuting in 1998, and since then evolving into a comprehensive enterprise management system. [Read Full Article]
Some businesses have greater needs than most off-the-shelf software can solve, regardless of their exact size or classification. The cloud-based solutions from Acumatica offer enterprises a sophisticated suite with core financial, distribution and customer management capabilities. [Read Full Article]
For some clients, less is more effective. In the last few years, a new market has been taking shape for web-based small business accounting systems that are geared toward users with simpler business needs. Programs such as LessAccounting, often center on invoice tracking, without trying to be a "do-everything" bookkeeping system for every business. [Read Full Article]
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