In case you missed it, here’s a recap of April's top blog posts!
In May 2017, Rapid Ratings adopted Sage Intacct Contracts Billing and Contracts Revenue Recognition functionalities, and integrated their Sage Intacct environment with the Salesforce CRM platform.
Check out this blog on how the implementation went.
Salary.com is an HR compensation company in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology vertical. Just about a year ago, they were operating without using any financial systems whatsoever.
Mackenzie Kinder, the company’s Controller, sat down with AcctTwo to discuss his experience with bringing Sage Intacct onboard.
“We now have three years of financial information in the Sage Intacct system allowing us to fully use the historical files and create very accurate annual budgets, and three and five-year forecasts. Board presentations are a breeze.”
As a result of the conversion to the Sage Intacct, HTEDC upper management is looking more towards the future of the organization, rather than spending financial cycles worrying about the accuracy of their historical numbers. Their CFO notes, “This has resulted in millions of dollars of increases in the return on investment of our operating properties and businesses.”
Check out how HTEDC achieved this in this blog.
Kevin Cumley recently sat down for a Q&A interview to update readers on the Sage Intacct Accountants Program (SIAP). This program provides CPA and outsourced accounting firms a console that allows you to manage all of your clients from one place. Find out in today's blog why Sage Intacct is acknowledged as the preferred provider of financial applications by the AICPA and see how joining the Sage Intacct Accountants Program can help you gain visibility, increase efficiency, grow your practice, and improve profitability.
Kathy Lord, SVP of Sales and Customer Success at Sage Intacct, recently sat down with Greg Sands, Founding and Managing Director of Costanoa Ventures, and also a former board member of Intacct, to discuss Sage Intacct’s journey over the past decade.
Kathy and Greg are participating in a four-part blog series discussing what it takes to build great SaaS companies, the early stages of Sage Intacct, what she would do differently, and knowing the exact signs that it’s time to scale your company. Check out the second post of their series here.