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4 Ways Revenue Recognition is Easier with Sage Intacct

Complex by nature, subscription-based businesses have a lot on their plates when it comes to revenue recognition. For them, complicated customer contracts paired with the new ASC 606 and IFRS 15 guidelines pile on mountains of work and create legendary reallocation headaches for SaaS companies everywhere. This is because SaaS businesses have more complicated revenue […]

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NonProfits: There’s a Better Solution for Your NonProfits

Because every dollar and resource counts for nonprofits, to them, working lean is a top priority. Here are the things they can, and should expect from an accounting solution that can stretch their time and labor further to support their mission today, and in the years to come, for greater cost efficiency. Automation and Integration […]

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Updating Sage Intacct’s UI – Action!

The Sage Intacct UI update made for a welcome addition to the 2018 R2 release. The focus of this update is all about simplicity and efficiency: Easy scanning and use is a priority, with all menus in one place Simplified favorites to get to those most commonly used screens Fewer steps to get to all […]

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Sage Intacct: All the Right Tools for SaaS

When your SaaS business is trying to stay on top of all that added work that comes with rapid growth, along with staying compliant with the new ASC 606 regulations, the right financial management software can make all the difference. If you’re still using an on-premises system, limited in its capabilities to handle your financials, you’ll […]

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Multi-Tenancy: Cloud Accouting’s Money Saver

Multi-Tenancy has become a must-have in the cloud ERP space. It saves money, time, and can assure that your systems are consistently up to date. But first I think we need to explain exactly what single and multi-tenancies are. A single-tenancy is your old traditional system. Normally it involves an on-premise system or a single […]

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Sink or Swim: 5 Signs QuickBooks is Holding You Back

Change is inevitable as your company expands, and if you’re still using Quickbooks for your financials, it might be time to ask yourself whether it’s still the best fit for navigating growth’s tricky course. Here are 5 signs that your company is treading water with outdated systems and processes. 1. You’re having trouble remembering when […]

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Committing to the ERP Cloud Part 4: Room for Growth

This is the final part of our 4-part series on shifting your focus to the cloud. If you missed the previous entries check out our blog page to catch up! In the final installment, I wanted to talk a little bit about the scalability of cloud ERP and growth, something that should be happening with all […]

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Committing to the ERP Cloud Part 3: Secure Accounting

In this week’s installment, we are going to cover a topic that is brought up quite a bit and that I touched on slightly in last week’s blog, which you can find here. Most people wonder about the security of the cloud. I ask, what about the security of your current system? How many people have […]

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Why Sage Intacct Is the Answer for Multi-Dimensional Cloud Financials

Is your financial management system able to keep up with our changing financial world? By that I mean of course, can your system handle the demands of multiple locations, multiple entities, or multiple currencies? And can It consolidate all those multiples for each month-end and quarter-end closing? Many of our customers are experiencing the benefits […]

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Committing to the ERP Cloud Part 2: Automate, Don’t Stagnate

If you missed part 1 of the series “You’re Wasting Money” you can follow this link to catch up. Today we are going to cover the need for accounting automation. Yes, automation is a need and it isn’t just automating your workflow, it’s also automating your system. Manual work is most likely the bane of […]

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