Building out your cloud accounting stack is a continuous effort. As with building any infrastructure, the process requires an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of each component and knowing which features and capabilities are non-negotiable for the business. Does the stack need an integrated system to track payroll? What about travel and expense reimbursement?
Understanding which capabilities and integrations are needed for your cloud accounting stack can be daunting, but if businesses consider the following recommendations, identified by Omar Qari, co-founder of Abacus, they will be on the right track to creating a sound, fully integrated strategy.
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