Video Series: Setting Your Firm Up for the Future by Utilizing the Cloud

“I couldn’t run my life without the cloud. It’s as important to me as air or water. It is not only my tether to my business world, but also to my personal world,” says Andrew Wall, CPA.

Does this sound familiar?

For businesses today, it should. Technology is forging ahead, changing the way organizations run their day-to-day operations. If they want to remain competitive in addition to growing their bottom line, businesses need to enter the technological arena.

George Wall, Andrew’s father and founder of Wall CPA, started his accounting firm 35 years ago. He witnessed the transformation from the traditional, in-person, feet-to-the pavement way of doing business to the modern, mobile and anytime systems of today.

His desire for his business was to provide a legacy for Andrew – something his son could take over and continue to nurture. But, Andrew quickly realized that any future for the firm rested on acknowledging the benefits of the cloud. He started by bringing in employees who understood technology and by utilizing QuickBooks® Online (QBO).

In the videos below, listen to Andrew and George talk about how they – together – brought Wall CPA into a leadership position, creating an accounting firm that saves their clients time and money with the competitive solution of the cloud. The cloud, as the father and son say, offers real-time sharing of data and integration of systems, versus the old-fashioned, time-consuming data collecting methods of the past.

Here at Intuit®, we want you to experience the same practical and modern benefits of the cloud that Wall CPA’s owners and clients are enjoying right now. After checking out the videos below, see how these offers can help you take the first step in setting your firm up for the future: Paperless Productivity Bundle, 5 for $5, Event Starter Kit and The QuickBooks Online Mentorship Program.

Increasing the Value of your Practice with the Cloud

 

The Journey to the Cloud

 

It’s Never too Late to Adopt the Cloud

 

Looking into Accounting’s Crystal Ball

 

The Evolution of the Accounting Industry