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8 articles tagged with "Cloud".

Four reasons why SME owners should switch to cloud accounting

By SME Insider on Fri 09 November 2018 in Cloud

Is your head in the clouds? Good, it’s better off up there! The need for flexibility when starting and growing a new business is greater than ever, so the cloud is a godsend to any busy business owner when it comes to managing accounts...

Where is CRM Headed in 2019?

By Business 2 Community on Mon 22 October 2018 in Cloud

Customer relationship management (CRM) has seen quite the evolution over the last several years, and it's now clear that the only way to move forward is with the cloud... 

ProspectSoft Launches Integration to Cloud Inventory Management Solution, Unleashed

By Jessie Willans on Wed 12 September 2018 in Product Releases

 

 

ProspectSoft are delighted to announce our new integration with Unleashed Software

You’re already using SaaS solutions…so don’t be afraid!

By Jessica Heald on Tue 23 January 2018 in SaaS

As an SME, you may feel apprehensive about the world of SaaS. But the reality is, you’re already living it first-hand...

Six Benefits of a Cloud-based CRM Solution

By Andrew Ardron on Fri 22 December 2017 in CRM

Andrew Ardron, CEO, ProspectSoft, reveals the six benefits attainable from a fully integrated cloud-based CRM system...

The Cupboard vs. The Cloud

By Jessica Marshall on Mon 11 September 2017 in SaaS

In this blog, we’ll be delving into 6 reasons why SaaS wins the on-premise vs. SaaS battle, plus we’ll be giving you some actionable advice as to what steps you can take in your small business to embrace the cloud once and for all… 

Open all hours

By Andrew Ardron on Mon 09 January 2017 in Web & eCommerce

You don’t need to be Arkwright to appreciate the business benefits of being open all hours...

Hybrid CRM: A better kind of cloud

By Stuart McLaren on Tue 20 August 2013 in Cloud

We have met a lot of businesses who have searched high and low for the right hosted solution, and it’s clear that all cloud solutions have plenty of pros and cons. But if you’re not big on compromise then where do you go next?

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