Are you doing work-from-home or working remotely?
Do you require access to Tally.ERP 9 for work from the off-site location?
But, do not know how to use Tally.ERP 9 remotely? Then this blog certainly helps you a lot. Here we are going to discuss how to access Tally accounting software from a remote location.
So, let’s get started!
How to Use Tally.ERP 9 Remotely Easily?
There are lots of people who do not know about remote access technology of Tally software. Let me tell you, there are two ways to achieve the same. Both of them are described below.
Method 1: Use Tally.ERP 9 Remote Access Technology
Tally.ERP 9 is the current and latest version of Tally software which has an in-built feature of Remote Access. This option lets you connect with your Tally reports, transactions, and other data from any time at any location.
You only need to have licensed Tally software on your system to get access to your data processed in your office.
Now, there is no need to stay late in the office for managing the accounts as Tally.Net Server gives you Tally data on the go. It enables you to work with data without physical access to your office computer.
With this remote access option, if you are at a client location or branch office, then you can access the report other users at another office can continue their work.
Disadvantages to Use Tally.ERP9 Remote Access Option:-
You should have a licensed Tally version on your system while working remotely.
You can only access Tally on the Windows platform
Only one remote user can use Tally with single-user license
Only 10 remote users at a time with multi-user license
Need valid Tally.ERP 9 license, a strong internet connection, an active TSS, and your company must be connected to Tally.NET services
Last but not least, the server and remote system should have the same release of Tally.ERP 9.
Advantages to Access Tally from Remote Location
Require small set up to access data securely and remotely
Only authorized Tally.Net ID has power to give remote access to Tally data
Facility to create additional Tally.Net IDs from control center for a multi-user license
Remote access also helps you to make a quicker decision as you have data access all the time
Helps in smoother sales & collections
Access of latest information anytime from anywhere at your fingerprints
Method #2: Tally On Cloud By NetForChoice
If you want to save big on Tally license and IT infrastructure, then NetForChoice Tally on cloud is a great option. It is a technology where Tally.ERP 9 hosted on the cloud which can be accessed via. Internet.
You do not need to have the same version of Tally on your remote system. All you need to have an internet connection and via. RDP connects with your Tally ERP from any device such as Laptop, Desktop, Mobile without any constraint of Operating System. Above all, regular backup facility on Tier-4 data center ensure data security and data availability in catastrophic situations.
Besides this, flexible billing options let you pay monthly or yearly as per your convenience. With Tally Online, you can get the following advantages.
Manage business from home – No need to present in the office for long hours. You can easily check all your Tally records at home and accordingly plan your next day.
Business at fingertips – With Tally on cloud, your absence does not affect the office work as you can easily get the business data from your couch on your laptop. It becomes easy to connect with your Tally data without being involved in Office.
Great Customer experience – A Salesperson in the field can easily get the customer’s history for immediate reference or discussion. Moreover, before promising a new order, a sales staff can check the inventory status by using Tally on Mobile offered by NetForChoice.
Finally! Access Tally From Remote Location
It is evident from above why users required to have a Tally remote connection. Originally, there are two ways to get access to Tally remotely as they have discussed above.
Now it is possible to access business Tally data sitting on the sofa or from any location without any speed issue.