Determining the true cost of ownership (TCO) of cloud computing isn't always about the numbers. Although firms want to know the out-of-pocket cost for a new or updated technology, determining true cost actually has more to do with the ability to adapt to new processes than it does with adding up the numbers.
Cloud computing, and specifically Software-as-a-Service, offers competitive advantages to your firm by making it more agile or nimble in the way it offers solutions to help clients with their accounting, tax and other issues.
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