020 | Cloud accounting software options and which one is right for you.
Updated: Nov 10
With the announcement last week that Pilot has received an additional $100 million in funding, the question on the minds of accountants and business owners, is how does this affect the end user? Pilot utilizes Quickbooks Online for its cloud accounting, and with the new valuation of Pilot at $1.2 billion, the potential impact for growth at Intuit is astounding.
Does that mean that Quickbooks Online will be the go-to for cloud accounting? Good question.
The beauty of technology today is that there are a multitude of apps on the market - however - the downside is it's almost an overload of which one to choose. The trick is to find one that is best suited for your industry needs. Plus, to find an accountant that is well versed with it and can utilize it to serve your company. In situations, where the top 3 apps aren't the best choice for you, search for third party, neutral reviews that specify which industry the app was created for.
Here is a link to get you started: https://www.softwareadvice.com/ca/accounting/online-accounting-software-comparison/
And as always, Big Rose Bookkeeping is here to help. Feel free to reach out with questions and feedback anytime.