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Software heads for the clouds


Get your head out of the sand and into the clouds, says dynamic British web-based software pioneer, Duane Jackson, who believes the launch of Microsoft Office 365 is a sign that cloud software will soon be the norm, and products you have to install on your desktop “will be noteworthy because they’re so rare”.

Duane is founder and managing director of his own company, KashFlow – a cloud-based accounting software application for small businesses. He designed his highly successful product when he was a young web developer some years ago, when he had the foresight to realise that boxed CD software would soon be a thing of the past.

KashFlow is web-based, very affordable and extremely easy to use. One of the main benefits is that it can be used for invoicing and accounting in any location that has an internet connection.

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