News and events from TaxCalc
The Covid-19 enforced lockdown in March saw firms across the country abruptly move their businesses from being office, to home-based.
For many of those firms that have already embraced the 'Digital Revolution', the transition to home working has been far smoother – and has also come some distinct advantages. Flexible working has resulted in improved productivity and, in many cases, staff morale. Also, firm location and distance is no longer a barrier to serving clients and has resulted in the provision of more responsive advisory services and improved client relationships.
With the lockdown continuing to ease, one TaxCalc customer reflects on the immediate and lasting changes of working from home and going digital.
These days, practices expect their tax and accounting software to enable them to operate freely in the same way that many other cloud-based applications would allow. But for users of certain solutions, the experience of processing tax and accounts remotely has fallen far short of expectations. Losing data when internet connections fail; poor security and back-up; incompatibility between desktop and cloud software; issues with iXBRL tagging – these are just some of the issues raised and reported in the accounting press.
Jamie Royston-Smith TaxCalc's Senior Sales Consultant, talks about one of our latest innovations in practice: CloudConnect.
TaxCalc recently showcased its latest development, TaxCalc CloudConnect. The service connects your desktop software to a cloud database, which we store and back up for you.
Here's our Commercial Director, Steve Checkley, discussing the service with François Badenhort of AccountingWeb.