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Empire Accounting Solutions is at the forefront of Next Generation Accounting, offering our full roster of client services via a secure web-based platform that provides you with a paperless workflow that you can access anytime, anywhere. Next Generation Accounting takes full advantage of the many benefits of “cloud computing.”
Cloud Computing is the next stage in the Internet’s evolution, providing the means through which business processes can be delivered to you as a service wherever and whenever you need.
The “cloud” in cloud computing can be defined as the set of hardware, networks, storage, services, and interfaces that combine to deliver aspects of computing as a service.
Yes, your data will be safe, because Empire Accounting Solutions only partners with reputable and high quality companies to store your data. These firms use top-of-the-line data centers offering redundant backup to multiple servers. They provide armed security, surveillance, power interruption prevention, advanced firewalls and fire/smoke/flood alarm systems.
Continuous access: Cloud technology is especially conducive for bookkeeping and accounting functions. Using an Internet-based platform (in the cloud) we can structure your accounting software so that users can access the information 24/7 from any location that has an Internet connection.
Quality and cost: Cloud computing now makes it economical to seriously consider outsourcing your business’s bookkeeping and accounting needs. Your business can realize greater quality of service at a lower cost than you would with an in-house accounting staff. You save overhead and office space, and you don’t have to manage the bookkeeping function. In fact, many businesses realize savings of 35 to 50 percent. Empire Accounting Solutions is poised to help your firm realize these improved results and savings.
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