The intelligent choice to ensure compliance
Using Mercia's methodology, CaseWare Cloud’s Disclosure Checklist offers you the ability to eradicate risks and errors from your accounts, ensuring a quality assurance process to your financial reporting. This must have cloud tool can be used as a standalone product or integrated as part of a wider practice suite.
|Checklists can be accessed anywhere, on any device||All entity type checklists are in the same template. No need to create new files if wrong checklist type is used or entity size changes||Checklists are updated automatically keeping them up to date whilst reducing IT administration requirements|
|Authoritative References||Reviewer Tools||One Click Responses|
|Authoritative References intelligently optimises relevant section of the standard being used, company act section or any other relevant legislation||Review:
||One click responses clearly highlights the selected response to users|
|Completed on any device, from anywhere, the interactive checklists enable you to tailor your audit according to the identified risks. The software takes you through a set of tailoring questions which, when completed, eliminates unnecessary disclosure questions later in the checklists. This streamlines the process, ensuring your accounts leave your office error-free, saving you time and money.|
The cloud-based software contains the following accounts checklists:
Why the Cloud?
Cloud technology is changing accounting software and how accountants are working. Cloud platforms make data and software accessible from anywhere, anytime from any device without a need for a central hub.
Promoting greater collaboration is clearly key for accounting firms looking to impress prospects or retain clients, and the cloud has great advantages when it comes to promoting real-time collaboration, by allowing firms to review, comment on and sign off files at the same time.
CaseWare's Cloud platform allow sensitive data to be transferred securely online through cloud-based add-on tools - essential in this post GDPR world.