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It’s An ERP Match!

Congrats! On the biggest day of love, also known as Valentine’s Day, it looks like it is your Chief Financial Officer’s lucky day. Your CFO matched with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

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Best-in-Class Meets Best-in-Class in the Intacct Marketplace

Best in Class meets Best in ClassWorks well with others. A cliché in the human resources world, it is a must when you choose an accounting solution that prides itself on being best-in-class. If you choose a best-in-class solution to manage your finances, you sit at two ends of the spectrum.

  • Ridding yourself of inch wide and mile deep suites that require expensive customizations to even work together.
  • An opportunity to choose from other software that exceeds your needs, and integrates with this best-in-class solution.

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10 Risks of Using a Traditional Financial Management System

Risks of Using a Traditional Financial System

An article from Intacct called, Traditional Financial Systems: A Long, Winding Road to Nowhere, shared 10 risks or problems associated with using a traditional financial system.

Traditional financial systems typically lack the analytic functionality to support the intelligence needs and speed of business most companies operate. The lack of real-time information hinders management’s ability to apply their knowledge and leadership to its fullest extent, and stunts employee contribution.

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Don’t Feel Snowed In By Your Current ERP System

Changing to Sage Intacct will help you find a clear path out.

Outgrowing ERP System

If your company is large enough to need sophisticated applications like finance/accounting, manufacturing, sales and service, and CRM, but they’re not working together, you probably feel like the folks in New Hampshire have been feeling recently. Every department is working with a similar group of products and customers, but each has its own computer systems and software – and they’re not speaking to each other. You’re working so hard, but there’s no solution in sight.

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