Cloud-based accounting is similar to traditional, on-premises, or self-install accounting systems, with only the accounting software hosted on remote servers, similar to the SaaS (Software as a Service) business model. In cloud computing, users access software applications remotely through the internet or other network via a cloud application service provider. Cloud-based accounting solution frees the business from having to install and maintain software on individual desktop computers. It also allows employees in other departments, whether in remote or branch offices, to access the same data and the same version of the software. Continue reading Cloud-based Accounting: The ‘Next Gen’ Accounting Solution for Small Businesses
Our client is one of the leading Finance and Accounting service providers in the US. They provide F&A services to small & medium businesses across auto parts, not-for-profit organizations, retail, healthcare, hospitality and restaurant industries, which include franchises of some of the most legendary and iconic brands in the country. Continue reading Enhanced Efficiencies in HR & Payroll Processing for a Leading Finance & Accounting Service Provider
The client is one of the world’s largest distributors of technology products, services, and solutions. They have 115,000+ IT resellers around the world who rely on our client, to support the technology needs of end users of all sizes, including small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB), large enterprises, educational institutions, government agencies, and consumers. They are the partners in the Microsoft Office 365 Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) model that allows them to sell Microsoft solutions alongside their own offerings and services.
Top Priority Areas for Hotel Operators in 2017
The hospitality industry (excl. Travel) consists of companies that provide short-term accommodation, including hotels and casino hotels, motels, and inns dominated by large hotel chains. The industry continues to remain the bedrock of the American economy by providing accommodation to both the business and leisure travelers and thereby contributing to national GDP growth. Globally, the hospitality industry is experiencing a renaissance. Record high occupancy rates and pricing are widespread, and favorable economic and market conditions are projected to remain strong. While the market is providing exciting opportunities, most organizations are treading with caution due to the cyclicality of the market. In the US, the hotel assets continued to appreciate in 2016, but at a more modest pace due to slowing RevPAR(revenue per available rooms) growth and a rise in cap rates. Continue reading Quatrro Insights for the Hospitality Industry in the US
December, 2017 -The retail industry in the U.S. is undergoing disruption which is bringing about a change in how retailers operate. Things are transforming faster than ever when it comes to shopping on-line, the use of mobile purchasing, new forms of payments, and the degree to which consumers are expecting convenience while shopping. According to a survey by PwC, over 32% of consumers buy products at least monthly via their smartphones. Consequently, without an iota of doubt, the retail industry ecosystem is being forced to evolve with the dynamic needs of the customers. Continue reading EVOLVING TAX REFORMS AND ITS IMPACT ON U.S. RETAILERS