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Auditors are Falling in Love with Sage Intacct

Getting audited ranks ahead of traffic jams and root canals as least favorite activities. Not only are audits often costly, they can chew up countless hours of digging through transactions, looking into compliance of who made a certain entry and why, and searching for supporting documentation. Business moves faster than ever, which can make flawed […]

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Six Criteria You Can’t Ignore In Selecting Your Next ERP

  You’ve probably heard the proverbial saying before, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” However, the truth of the matter is that some things will eventually need to be replaced. A process doesn’t have to be completely out of whack before it begins to cost you - in terms of both cash and productivity. […]

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2020 Wave 1 Updates coming to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central

The first wave of updates for Dynamics Business Central in 2020 is coming! Those in early access will get to test out a lot of these features starting February 1st. Public availability for all features will drop to users in April. Microsoft has released a pretty extensive set of webpages that detail each feature. Below […]

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Aging is Inevitable

Aging is inevitable… except in accounting systems.  There, it’s optional.   Aging, at least as far as Accounts Receivable (AR) goes, is a useful process to let you know how far behind you are on collecting from customers.  Whenever you invoice a customer, there’s always a Due Date.  Once that due date passes and you […]

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Microsoft Dynamics Business Central & Power BI: A 1-2 Punch

The Agility of Dynamics Business Central By now you have probably heard of Microsoft's latest entry into the cloud ERP arena. With Microsoft Dynamics GP and Dynamics SL maturing, along with high demand for newer, cloud-based accounting system, Microsoft introduced Dynamics 365 Business Central. Entering its second year on the market Microsoft has made several […]

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Access ERP Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device

  One of the things I love most about Acumatica’s platform is its flexibility to fit any screen size you might have.  Most ERP systems (especially the old-style ones written pre-2000) must have a typical desktop experience, usually because the forms and windows carry a lot of data and it’s hard to see on a […]

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Outgrowing QuickBooks?

  I remember the jingle from the unfortunately now-defunct Toys R US commercial I grew up with: “I don’t wanna grow up, ‘cause baby if I did, I couldn’t be a Toys R Us kid.” This advertising staple captured the heart of being a kid was all about: lots of play, lots of laughter, and […]

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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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Can Acumatica Cloud ERP Be Implemented Quickly?

When CAL introduced Acumatica Cloud ERP to this company it met all of their requirements at the right price and was accepted by their corporate and technical teams. This was a relief because the ERP product originally chosen was rejected by the technical team of their parent company. Then the next option on the shortlist […]

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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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