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New Revenue Recognition Standards: What you need to know

FASB issued the ASU No. 2014-09 effective 2018 for public companies and 2019 for private companies. Here’s what you need to know.

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Dynamics GP Workflow Functionality

Since the release of Dynamics GP 2013 R2, Microsoft has… Read more »

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Data and the Changing Role of the Tech-Savvy CFO

Decision makers are relying on tech-savvy CFOs to strategize for the future, uncover new business opportunities, and save money. Are you ready?

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Top Ten Reasons to Consider Dynamics 365 Business Central Over QuickBooks

​QuickBooks is without a doubt the most widely used accounting… Read more »

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The 4 Best Accounting Tools to Remove Operational Complexity in the New Year

Incorporate capabilities that bring simplicity to the close and drive… Read more »

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8 Red Flags Your Annual Budget & Planning Cycle Needs to Change

Beware of these red flags that can have a dramatic impact on company performance, productivity and results.

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Maximizing Growth – Three Tips for Savvy CFOs

With many factors to consider when developing a business, including everyday decisions and long-term goals, a savvy CFO makes three key decisions that help empower their organization for the future.

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Intacct v.s. Legacy Accounting Systems

Read on how your legacy system may be hurting, not helping your business.

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Project Profitability – Five Key Steps for Improvement

CFOs and controllers are no longer simply tasked with efficiently running the finance and accounting side of the business. They are expected to be strategic advisors and go beyond the tried-and-true metrics and use technology to create a customer-centric business model while increasing the organization’s profitability. By collaborating internally, finance leaders can create value-based change in project profitability.

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How to add Human Touch in Healthcare with Technology

Technology has been bringing about massive change in many industries over the last few years. And in 99% of these cases, these changes have brought about much innovation and success. But what about industries that involve the human element? Healthcare tops the list, where a machine can perform a given task, sometimes even more efficiently than if administered by a person, but what it lacks is the uniquely human ability to cater to the needs of a patient. An algorithm may suggest one approach, but a person who excels in their position understands when to take a different approach. Below we will talk about how to add the human touch in healthcare technology.