Templeton Leverages Microsoft to Build Cloud for CPA Firms

Templeton Leverages Microsoft to Build Cloud for CPA Firms

Templeton Solutions has build a cloud-based practice management system exclusively on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.  This program -TC Practice Management -offers professional services firms to achieve faster growth and greater profitability.  Through this initiative, Templeton Solutions is eliminating the need of toggling between programs as its TC Practice Management brings project management, time and billing, document management, analytics and sales and marketing all together under one log-in.

TC Practice Management’s clients have a choice on how they want their application deployed. The system can run on the Cloud natively or be implemented in-house.  Clients also have the option to migrate from the ground to the Cloud easily with all their data and training investments intact.

TC Practice Management uniquely combines the productivity benefits of an integrated Practice Management system with the cost and flexibility advantages of Cloud computing,” said Steve Templeton CPA and founder of Templeton & Company.

We are pleased to deliver the benefits of the first native Cloud-based Practice Management system to professional service firms.”

We protect on-premise clients’ investment in TC Practice Management with our ability to seamlessly transition to the Cloud at any time,” said Jim Douglas, program manager. “Firms who use TCPM will find it is the last practice management system they ever need. We are ready when you are.”

Citing cloud computing as the next evolution in information systems deployment, Templeton Solutions notes a report by Avanade Research & Insights that is based on a survey of about 600 C-level executives, business leaders and IT decision-makers in 18 countries.

74% of those surveyed said they have already deployed a level of Cloud computing, and about 60 percent of companies worldwide agreed Cloud computing to be a top IT priority.

By Anuradha Shukla

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