On November 15, 2020 Sage Intacct rolled out release 4 of 2020, which included some great changes to the product including some amazing new technology features brought to us from the Sage AI lab. Yes, that’s right the AI lab. This lab is run by one of Intacct’s founders Aaron Harris and is working hard to make amazing improvements in Sage Intacct. The first module to take advantage of AI and machine learning is the General Ledger. I am so excited about this I can’t stop talking about it! Currently this is in production for early adopters and will be[...]
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Would you like to accelerate the quote to cash process by up to 30%? Are you struggling to manage billing scenarios from complex customer contracts? Does it take a lot of effort to get real time data to make decisions? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes”, then read on about Sage Intacct’s Contract Management module.
Most everyone realizes that data is the key to decision making but what does that mean exactly? We are capturing data all day long, that’s great now that we have the data what do we do with it? How do we keep track of it and how do we use it? Also is it easy to get at the data or does it take hours to make sense of it.
With each quarterly release of Sage Intacct there are many changes to all aspects of the program. Each quarter we get excited to read about the great new features in the release. This time we got together and chose our favorites to highlight here for you. This is just an overview there are many more new features in the release all of which can be found at Sage Intacct
We hear the frustration that valuable time is spent re-keying data into multiple systems creating the potential risk of errors all the time. As companies grow and scale this is not sustainable. The need for reliable data that is visible for all system users is the key to growing a business in this every changing business climate. Are you tired of your staff wasting time entering and maintaining data in both Salesforce and your accounting system? Do you want visibility to all customers and need a streamlined order to cash system? Don’t throw head[...]
For many small and mid-sized businesses, Intuit QuickBooks is usually the first choice for financial software in the organization’s early days – and for good reasons. QuickBooks is well-known and very easy to use, and it offers the basic functionality that almost any business can use to get off the ground.