The business world has been quickly moving away from paper and onto the internet, which makes it more important than ever for small business owners to successfully make the transition.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
Precise MGMT, a financial company focused on helping small business owners with their tax planning, bookkeeping and payroll needs, announced it is now training small business owners in ways to leverage technology in their day to day bookkeeping tasks.
According to Will Clanton, owner of Precise MGMT, there are still a significant amount of small business owners who are attempting to track their financial records in the traditional pen-and-paper format. Precise MGMT’s goal is to teach business owners how to use today’s most up-to-date technologies to ensure more simplicity and accuracy in bookkeeping.
“While jumping into the world of technology for bookkeeping might seem intimidating at first, there’s no doubt that it makes small business owners’ lives a whole lot less stressful,” said Clanton. “We’re pleased to be making a push in our efforts to help teach business owners how to use these technologies so they can avoid costly bookkeeping mistakes and keep their finances up-to-date more easily.”
Precise MGMT’s primary goals is to help clients move away from messy, unorganized means of paper billing and bookkeeping and move toward more efficient means of tracking finances. The company is focused on teaching clients about items such as snapping pictures of receipts with a smart phone, sending bills and getting paid electronically, using cloud-based bookkeeping services to be able to access company finances at any time and outsourcing bookkeeping tasks to skilled professionals. The company is also offering a “first month free” promotion for its third-party bookkeeping services.
While Precise MGMT is headquartered in New York City, it is servicing clients from across the country, including locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Louisville, Augusta and Houston. Precise MGMT’s team provides these services onsite or virtually, depending on the client’s location and preferences.
“The business world has been quickly moving away from paper and onto the internet, which makes it more important than ever for small business owners to successfully make the transition,” Clanton said. “Our expertise is an extremely valuable resource to small business owners across the nation, and we look forward to helping more people improve their accounting operations with it.”
For more information about Precise MGMT, visit the company’s website: http://www.precisebooks.net.