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Take the Leap Into the Cloud with Secure Online Accounting Software

May 8 2014, 9:32pm CDT | by

Cork-based eFolioAccounts.com has today launched a secure online accounting software system using cloud based technology that manages accounts in a simple, fast and effective manner while keeping operating costs down by making the facility "unlimited." They are aiming to assist SMEs and accountancy practices in evolving with the widespread adoption of cloud based technology, while turning your business into a more profitable and successful one.

Cork, Ireland, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Cork-based eFolioAccounts.com has today launched a secure online accounting software system using cloud based technology that manages accounts in a simple...

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Take the Leap Into the Cloud with Secure Online Accounting Software

May 8 2014, 9:32pm CDT | by

Cork-based eFolioAccounts.com has today launched a secure online accounting software system using cloud based technology that manages accounts in a simple, fast and effective manner while keeping operating costs down by making the facility "unlimited." They are aiming to assist SMEs and accountancy practices in evolving with the widespread adoption of cloud based technology, while turning your business into a more profitable and successful one.

Cork, Ireland, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Cork-based eFolioAccounts.com has today launched a secure online accounting software system using cloud based technology that manages accounts in a simple, fast and effective manner while keeping operating costs down by making the facility "unlimited."

This SaaS (Software as a service) and other cloud computing platforms transform information technology into a low operating cost rather than an expensive capital investment and this has significant implications for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) across the Irish economy in terms of positive growth, one of the major benefits being that it will assist SMEs to get paid on time.

Unlike some of its counterparts, eFolioAccounts.com provides SMEs, contractors, accountants, and entrepreneurs with simplified and highly secure online accounting software with unlimited users, data and invoices, free support and auto-backup, across all platforms.

Mark Hegarty, Managing Director and founder of eFolioAccounts.com, believes that a large percentage of Irish business is still reluctant to move to the cloud and is determined to change that thinking and encourage Irish businesses to take the leap from desktop software to more advanced cloud based technology with this leading edge secure accounting platform.

"When business owners and managers see the advantages of cloud computing over more traditional server side and desktop software there is defiantly an interest. We have spoken to hundreds of business owners in our research and have taken concerns into account like security, flexibility, simplicity, and features. We believe we have a product that can stand up to the competition and offer much more, particularly in the areas of cash flow management and getting paid on time."

eFolioAccounts.com is aiming to assist SMEs and accountancy practices in evolving with the widespread adoption of cloud based technology, while turning your business into a more profitable and successful one. Their platform is time-saving, affordable, user-friendly and facilitates care-free collaborative accountancy and data importing, making day to day tasks like banking reconciliation much easier.

It offers unlimited software for €25 per month and you will never have to pay extra to access additional features or upgrades, the fee is standard regardless of number of users or size of business and also offers a free 30 day trial option.

Mark is cognizant that some people may be apprehensive about making the move to cloud based information and is confident in putting these initial fears to rest. With eFolioAccounts.com, users are provided with a safe and secure avenue to manage accounts, invoices and banking and purchases.

Not only is the website McAfee SECURE certified, but they also operate using a 256 Bit EV SSL Encryption, which in layman’s terms is an encryption twice as secure as the standard used by the banking industry.

Paul Mansfield from McAfee explains how secure cloud based technologies of this calibre are saying, “Cloud based solutions such as eFolioaccounts.com, that use McAfee Security-as-a-Service (SaaS,) are purpose built for small to medium business customers. This provide business customers with affordable and robust protection from the world’s largest dedicated security vendor and should give them every confidence to move their accounting software online.”

Unlike many other accountancy software solutions eFolioAccounts.com is compatible with all existing hardware including mobile, tablet and desktop products such as iPad, iPhone, Android, PC and Mac and is workable for multiple parties.

So whether it is your accountant, auditor, business partner or administrator there is no limit in terms of users you can authorise, a big differentiating factor from other software packages currently on the market.

Another unique selling point for eFolio Accounts is that it is accessible anywhere on any device, reflecting the movable nature of modern business which is no longer confined to 9-5 or one office space.

All you need is a browser and an internet connection. With all this in mind, eFolioAccounts.com is offering SMEs a 30 day free trial to take that leap into the accounting cloud. For more information see www.efolioaccounts.com.

Contact Information:
eFolio Software Limited
Mark Hegarty
+353 21 2348062
Contact via Email
www.efolioaccounts.com/

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