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How secure is your data in a cloud solution?
You may have noticed that working in the cloud has become increasingly popular in recent years. By working in the cloud, you as a user have the opportunity to consult your data anywhere, anytime via any device with an internet connection. Although the cloud has become so popular in recent years, many companies wonder how secure their data is. The concerns are logical, of course, as no one is waiting for hackers to run off with the data. We are happy to explain which measures are taken to protect your data.
5 reasons to choose a SaaS solution
Although Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has been around for some time, it is still the future solution. There are still a growing number of companies considering the transition to a SaaS solution. If you opt for SaaS software, one of the most important features is that the software is no longer installed on your server. The solution is located on the supplier’s server and can be consulted via any device with the internet. There are several advantages if you choose SaaS software. We are happy to explain it to you.
Save costs with a solution in the cloud
The popularity of business software in the cloud has been on the rise lately. Especially now that we have been working from home a lot for a year, it is a handy way to consult all your company data at any location. If you use an online package, you will work more efficiently, make better decisions and become more productive, which ultimately saves you many costs.
Send and receive invoices quickly and easily thanks to e-invoicing
Do you still use invoices in PDF or maybe even on paper? More and more companies are switching to electronic invoicing. There are also plenty of benefits for SMEs. We are happy to explain what e-invoicing is and what benefits you can get from it.
Keep your accounting up to date with a Bank Connectivity Engine
Today, more and more are being digitized. For example, it is now possible to link your bank account with our system. Incoming payments are automatically processed in your system, and you can easily send outstanding payments to your bank. We are pleased to explain how it works.