Topic: "Financial Management Software"

Bart Nachimow discusses his predictions for 2012

Business Software Trend-Watch 1: Death of the PC

November 1st 2011

In this series of articles we ask industriy experts for their view on the key business software trends that will define 2012. Back in the 1970s when Bart Nachimow was getting his minor degree in computer science, software was like an ankle-biting knave hovering for attention from its hardware king perched high in his tower […]

Transparency and Efficiency Key to Private Equity Success

June 9th 2011

After pushing through the effects of the credit crisis of the past couple of years, private equity firms are beginning to see the economic environment ease up and are anticipating improved activity in the year ahead. Potential deal companies that held out in 2010 are creeping back into the market, implying that deal volume will […]

Budgeting Beyond Spreadsheets

March 15th 2011

Budgets, forecasts and reports can make or break your business. Working with multiple spreadsheets and collaborating via email may be a quick fix in the short term. But in the long term, it can mean time wasted and unreliable results. Implementing an automated solution for your budget planning and analysis can reduce your planning process […]

10 Reasons to Replace QuickBooks

July 15th 2010

Sometimes it can be hard to let go of something that has worked so well for you in the past. For years, QuickBooks has handed all your business management needs: Sometimes it can be hard to let go of something that has worked so well for you in the past. For years, QuickBooks has handed […]

How to Simplify Sales Tax Processes

July 15th 2010

Tracking sales tax can be a headache. Every element of your business is touched by sales tax: products, business processes, accounting, costing, shipping, invoice structure, exemptions, contract relationships and so on. You need clarity on how your services and products are taxed in every jurisdiction you operate in.  So stop suffering needlessly and get proactive. […]

Why is an ERP Solution Right for your Business?

May 7th 2010

Dealing with disparate systems and silos of data is inefficient and expensive. Manually entering information from one system to the next because of unaligned fields and incompatible software is time consuming and laborious. Think transparency, visibility, integration and productivity.Dealing with disparate systems and silos of data is inefficient and expensive. Manually entering information from one […]