Hazel Smith
Accounting Services Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6278
e: hazelsmith@unw.co.uk
Michael Morris
Audit & Assurance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6001
e: michaelmorris@unw.co.uk
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Cloud Accounting Software and Support

Cloud accounting software is a tool that provides high quality management information and analysis, without the cost of employing an in-house finance function.

A real game-changer for business owners, cloud accounting software provide firms with speed, efficiency and agility, as well as integrated connectivity between advisor and client. Real-time reporting via the cloud also allows business owners to evaluate their current performance, and to make informed, timely business decisions.

At UNW, we pride ourselves on a first-rate customer service, and the cloud software helps in developing a stronger partnership between ourselves and our clients, whilst also creating a more forward looking and proactive approach to managing your finances.

For more information on our accounting services offering, click here

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