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Cloud-based applications are useful for their ability to assist executives and managers with everyday tasks. Below are 3 ways CFOs benefit from operating in the cloud. The cloud helps with funding budgets, controlling expenses, investing cash, improving profitability and adhering to strict and ever-shifting compliance regimes.
It improves your cashflow
For one thing, CFOs can trade their IT expenses for cloud solutions that can be recorded as operating expenditures — periodic expenditures rather than a single big spend — an enticing alternative given the current unstable economic climate and its impact on a company’s capital expenditures.
It saves time and money
Cloud systems also require far less money and time to implement, maintain and upgrade since the cloud provider is in charge of these tasks.
It ensures your uptime
Cloud providers are touted as experts in managing IT infrastructure — this is what they do, after all. So no more headaches over an employee not being able to work because of IT problems or worries about your IT guy being on vacation when a problem arises.
These are just 3 of many advantages CFOs need to recognize about operating in the cloud. The time is now to start looking into moving your company over to a cloud solution so you can increase your businesses flexibility and lower cost all at the same time. The risk are well worth it. Don’t get caught flat-footed. GET IN THE CLOUD!
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