Here at Cube Accounting, we appreciate that some businesses will want to manage either part or all of their accounting records and activities themselves. That’s quite understandable and we would not deter you from doing so, but we are here to offer professional guidance and to assist you with getting the most out of your online accounting software.
Our team has certified advisers for Xero and have a great deal of experience, knowledge and understanding in the demonstration of software, setting up and the implementation of such packages, migrating outgoing software and providing training and development support.
We are proud to have recently been certified as a Silver Partner with Xero.
We work with businesses, organisations and individuals on either a 1-1 or group training basis.
Support can be offered on a one off basis, a series of training sessions or on a regular continuous basis. The delivery of these sessions can also be held off site or in house.
‘Let’s Get Started’ - ideal for people new to the software.
‘Your Questions Answered’ - for people who have been using the software at a basic level, but who have questions that they need answering.
‘Refresher Update’ - for people who have not used the software for a while and need to be reminded, talked through and be told of any more recent advances in the software.
‘Reporting and Management Information Training’ - for people who are confident with the software, but who want to really maximise the opportunities presented to them through the reporting and management information available. Furthermore, explore the features and make the software work for their your business.
Our training sessions provide the knowledge and understanding of the software for you to be able to work smarter in your business or organisation. However, if none of our standard packages are suitable then we can tailor the training delivered to meet the individual needs of your business.
Assistance is available to transfer your existing accounting methods onto cloud-based accounting software such as Xero. Not all businesses are currently obliged to use cloud-based accounting software (Making Tax Digital Regulations April 2019), but many are making the transition now
in preparation for future changes with HMRC.