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Choosing Cloud ERP Platforms

Why cloud ERP and what can do for you?

Cloud ERPs, they’ve been around for more than a decade now and in that time have redefined the industry. However, much confusion still exists over when and why businesses may want to choose a cloud ERP over a traditional option. Today, I want to focus on the question of why cloud ERPs have become so […]

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Staffing Firms – Your Accounting System Hurting Your Business

It’s easy to assume the biggest problem facing staffing companies is lack of talent. So why do some firms with small talent rosters succeed while other firms with plenty of professionals fail? The reason is that success in staffing is less about the amount of talent you have and more about your ability to leverage […]

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From Nightmare to Triumph – Disaster Recovery with the Crestwood Cloud

If you were to be asked at this moment where your backups are, would you be able to answer? Do you know if your ERP system has reliable backups, that has easy access if disaster were to strike? Our intentions are not to scare you, but from past experiences we know it is critical to […]

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Sage Intacct vs. NetSuite: How Do They Stack Up?

It's a clash of the titans, Sage Intacct vs NetSuite. Two accounting and ERP systems vying for the top spot in the ERP space, both throwing out fancy stats to try and prove their points. There have been many claims, counter-claims, and half-truths thrown around so we thought we would clear up the mess a […]

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Infographic: ERP Evaluation Criteria Demystified

These days, with increased competition between businesses of all sizes, one way you can separate yourself from the pack is by using technology to its fullest advantage. It’s no wonder then that the vast majority (over 90%) of SMB’s are investing in technology, especially cloud tools, like ERP to help them reach their growth potential. […]

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What ERP Buyers Want in our Cloud-first World

The ERP landscape has shifted from traditional, on-premise client/server deployments to software-as-a-service (SaaS), ERP in the cloud.  Buyers have realized this shift adds many advantages for their business, including: Scalability Reliability Elasticity Cost Savings Gartner projects huge growth of core ERP systems in the cloud by 2025.  IT leaders also say maintaining software, hardware and […]

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Four Ways to Secure Your Office 365 Environment

Have you ever received a suspicious email about your Office 365 account?  It might seem legitimate, even with a Microsoft logo, but if you look close at the links or the email address it came from, it’s not from your company. Office 365 credentials are a hot asset these days.  You need to look no […]

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Sage Intacct Names Alta Vista Partner of the Quarter!

  We've done it again! Alta Vista Technology has once again been named a Partner of the Quarter by Sage Intacct for Q2 2019. This is the third time Alta Vista has been named partner of the quarter after once again experiencing massive growth. Alta Vista Technology is a renowned firm with offices in Royal […]

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6 Signs Your Accounting Software is Holding You Back

Wisdom says “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” But how do you know when something is actually broken? We bring this up because a lot of businesses are still using the on-premises accounting software they installed in their earliest days. They’ve stuck with this solution – QuickBooks is the most common culprit - so […]

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Microsoft Dynamics Business Central is Packing in Features!

Lately, it seems like the game has changed. Prices are trending down but with lower prices come fewer features. Including fewer features out of the box lets companies sell their base product for less. The problem this is causing is the overpricing of additional, sometimes necessary features. Microsoft has seen this shift and taken the […]

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