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Let Number Nurse® make it all better with a cloud integrator

Let Number Nurse® make it all better with a cloud integrator

Calm down, relax and take a deep breath because your Number Nurse® is about to give you a shot of preventative medicine wearing her cloud integrator nursing cap.

Oh yes – we can hear the groans throughout cyberspace.

“Argh – not another cloud term to keep us all rummaging through the internet trying to work out what someone is on about.”

Before you pop a pill to help you cope the Number Nurse® cloud integrators will show you how they simply make your woes all better with their expertise in the latest cloud developments.

Rather than leaving small and medium businesses to wade through the latest apps, cloud software and Xero add-ons – a cloud integrator does the examinations for entrepreneurs.

Think of a Number Nurse® cloud integrator as a specialist who thoroughly researches the latest cloud developments and analyses them with the assistance of accountants and business gurus.

The cloud software goes into the testing lab, results are collated and if it improves the heath of businesses – it’s added to the list of tools a Number Nurse® keeps in their kit.

As an expert cloud integrator a Number Nurse® will prescribe ideal software to direct businesses in the right direction and provide remedies when things are looking a bit off-colour.

Accounting software trailblazer, Xero, has identified the benefits to businesses of a healthy collaborative approach to cloud integration and the advantage of consulting with an integrator.

Add-on partners such as Receipt Bank, SmartPayroll and Debtor Daddy make massive improvements to business operations and with coaching from a cloud integrator the cloud software achieves its full potential.

Go to to learn how a Number Nurse® cloud integrator can painlessly let the sunshine through your darkest clouds.


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