Top 3 reasons CFOs migrate to a cloud-based accounting system

Over the past few years, there has been a massive increase in the adoption of software-as-a-service and cloud-based accounting systems. Organizations large and small are exploring the cloud and its many advantages, but what started this trend? If CFOs had a choice between changing core accounting system and being attacked by a swarm of bees – I suspect that most might go with the bees and suffer the consequences. In this blog series, we cover the top three reasons organizations are moving to the cloud despite their risk adverse nature.
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John Hoebler is a strategic adviser to CIOs and CFOs at both large enterprises and growing companies. He helps companies use technology to meet their business goals through streamlined finance and accounting systems, human resources systems and supply chain systems. He plays a cornerstone role on his projects by setting the scope, defining the vision, implementing the plan and leading the team -- all while working with executives to align the project to the overall business strategies and goals.

John's expertise spans traditional on-premises applications and cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. A recognized industry leader, he is regularly called upon to speak at industry conferences and he has won multiple awards from the user community. He also frequently contributes to trade magazines on ERP-related topics.

John leads the technology solutions practice at CrossCountry Consulting. You can view additional posts from John on this blog and on CrossCountry's Insights blog.

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