Paul Grant and I live quite close to each other and on the odd occasion, we car share. (It’s all about corporate social responsibility at Cofficient).
In our biog of Paul we talk about how he is the most unusual of chartered accountants in that he enjoys the company of people as much as spreadsheets. Not so, it would appear, on a journey through Glasgow at 6.00pm. Not only did I not get any enthralling chat, but also I wasn’t allowed to listen to my beloved BBC Radio Scotland or my music. Instead, Paul was sitting in the passenger seat, laptop tethered to the mobile phone, speaking to our new software developer about batch numbers. The two of them were trying to find a solution work-around for a client who needed some software configuration.
Over the course of the 40 minute journey, three phone calls were made, internet connection maintained throughout and work-around was duly implemented.
This is what cloud software is all about – no limitations. Not even rush hour traffic on the M8 counts as down time when you operate from the cloud. As a Sales & Marketing Director of the company, this is the kind of service I like to tell people about. That said, next time Paul requires a lift home I might just drop him at the train station.
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Written by Emma Stewart – Sales & Marketing Director.