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Trial, for free, a small business accounting software package that will change the way you do business with Big Red Cloud. Big Red Cloud is an easy-to-use low cost online accounting software service. For a small monthly fee they provide a comprehensive accounts management package you can access online anytime, anywhere.

Big Red Cloud’s online software package costs only €25 per month plus VAT. But the Software as a Service provider offers new users a free 30 day trial service so you can try out their online accounting software before you buy.

Why do you need a trial service?

With economic times being as lean as they are, businesses need to look wherever they can for cost savings. By taking advantage of free trial offers – like that being offered by Big Red Cloud – business owners can test drive accounts software features and make an informed decision before they commit to a monthly service fee.

Even if you feel your current proprietary accounts software is sufficient for your needs, or you’re still happy relying on pen and paper accounts books to balance your books, it is still worthwhile trying out an online accounts management service. Many of your business colleagues and peers will be using an online accounts service, and by trialing the service you’ll get a clearer understanding of how they do business and may discover ways you can improve your own processes. Then, when you feel ready to move on to a more streamlined way of working you will have a good understanding of the features and benefits of online accounts software.

Big Red Cloud free trial

Simply visit the website, click on the Free Trial button, enter your email and a few other basic details and your ready to go. You’ll have access to plenty of video tutorials to help get you started.

For more information on Big Red Cloud’s free trial and affordable small business accounting software contact 1890 33 45 55 or email

Marc O'Dwyer

After completing a Graduate program in Marketing, Marc’s impressive sales career began at Allied Irish Banks, Pitney Bowes and Panasonic where he received numerous Irish and European sales performance awards and consistently exceeded targets and expectations. In 1992, Marc’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to set up his own business, Irish International Sales (IIS). Initially, this company was a reseller for Take 5 Accounts and Payroll software. Within four years, IIS became the largest reseller of Take 5 in Ireland, acquiring four other Take 5 resellers. He also found time to set up two mobile phone shops under the Cellular World brand and a web design company offering website design services for small businesses. In 2001, he bought the majority share in a small Irish software business, Big Red Book. At that time, the company was losing money. The company became profitable within two months, and Marc then acquired a payroll company to compliment Big Red Books Accounting products. In 2003, IIS were appointed as Channel Partners with SAP for their new SME product, SAP Business One. Marc sold his Take 5 business and concentrated on developing this new market for SAP As a result, by 2007, IIS was recognised as the largest Channel Partner for SAP in EMEA (Europe Middle East and Africa). In 2008, the IIS Sales Manager bought the Company from Marc in an MBO. He launched Big red cloud in June 2012, the online version of big red book, to date the company successfully converts 59% of trials into sales and the number of customers is growing rapidly. Marc continues to run both Big Red Book and Big Red Cloud which now support 75,000 businesses. He is a very keen sportsman, having played rugby for 20 years, represented Leinster at under 16 and under 20 levels, and league squash with Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club for 10 years. Marc has competed in 11 Marathons, including the London and Boston Marathons, and has completed several Triathlons and Half Ironman races. He has also completed six Ironman Races in Austria(x2), Frankfurt (Germany), Nice (France) , Mallorca (Spain) and Copenhagen (Denmark)

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