It is 2010, Accounting Practices are we paperless yet?

By: Rene Sloos, VP Solutions, Bulletproof InfoTech

It is amazing how many small professional services companies in Calgary and Red Deer are finally catching on to the “Paperless Office”. The irony is that since the invention of the term, “Paperless Office”, the paper industry has sold more paper then ever! Going paperless is not a technology it’s a mindset!

In 2009, we have had discussions with a number of professional services firms about the benefits of electronic client records. In this blog we will discuss the benefits of going paperless for an accounting practice.

What are the benefits of going paperless for an accounting or book keeping organization?

There are still companies who will collect all receipts, statements and invoices in a shoebox and once in a while “dump” the “administration” at their book keeping/accounting office. This means you need to have physical access to the information in the shoebox in order to maintain the books.

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One Response to “It is 2010, Accounting Practices are we paperless yet?”

  1. Natalie says:

    Ya its a fact that many small companies are finally changing their traditional paperless office practice. They started using accounting software for book keeping and accounting. Now many people realize the benefit of using accounting software.

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