Tickmark Launches New Cloud-Based Accounting Software Services

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ByMilja
April 26,2021

On April 23, Tickmark, a Virginia-based software provider, launched a completely cloud-based solution for accounting and bookkeeping services for small and medium-sized businesses.

Tickmark’s new cloud-based solution uses Azure/AWS technologies to provide even better bookkeeping and accounting service to small and medium-sized companies. The company’s spokesperson said the new software product is more reliable, faster, and more customizable, so it can fit the needs of any business. The company’s main goal is to provide smooth virtual bookkeeping and accounting, enabling clients to complete complicated accounting tasks quickly and then focus on their business goals.

"Our end-to-end virtual accounting and bookkeeping services aim to replace all traditional forms of paper-based bookkeeping by transferring all functions into cloud-based systems. This will provide a high-level scalable, reliable, and accessible platform for our clients," Tickmark’s spokesperson said.

The company’s team of experienced bookkeepers and accountants worked on designing this accounting software solution. It’s a step further in helping companies move from traditional paper bookkeeping to a cloud-based service that allows businesses to stay compliant and makes their accounting and payroll easier.

"We help companies master compliances, finances and understand the challenges of managing the finances. Ours is a global shared service powered by unmatched technology that provides fast and accurate results. We will give you several different options of accounting software as that will help you choose the right one that matches your business needs," the company’s spokesperson said.

In order to protect clients’ sensitive business information, the company guarantees a completely safe and secure cloud-based environment. In addition, Tickmark’s goal is to offer a fully customizable software solution for all business types and sizes, making it more affordable and easier to implement in anyone’s business strategies.

"It is our mission to make online accounting more affordable. Cloud-based technology has enabled us to provide seamless end-to-end services that cater to all business needs,” the spokesperson said. “Companies will not have to hire, train or maintain in-house accountants, and it will help them save tons of money as virtual bookkeeping services offered by our company are affordable.

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