Many retailers and manufacturing businesses have stock on their shelves gathering dust.
There are compelling reasons for tackling this issue as we cautiously emerge from lock-down.
For example, freeing up storage space will enable you increase the volume of goods that are selling.
For less than you would spend on tea milk and coffee each month, you can acquire the use of cloud-based accounting software.
Most companies will have fairly healthy accounts up to the middle of March 2020 when the lock-down of activity to control coronavirus started.
Since that date, many firms will have struggled to maintain profitability even with the support of the various government programmes.