It seems like lately there has been a host of new terminology around the cloud and ways in which to describe it.
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Today is an exciting day at Intacct. At Dreamforce 2014 in San Francisco we’re introducing Intacct Collaborate, a new collaboration backbone built directly into the Intacct financial system. Intacct Collaborate builds on our ten year relationship with salesforce.com to deliver a better way for Finance, Sales, and Services teams to streamline communications and speed work execution.
As we close out our series on innovating the general ledger, I want to look at the importance of non-GAAP values.In this final installment, I’ll show you how supporting these values in the general ledger and merging GAAP financial reporting with non-GAAP reporting can help a company manage their business at a granular level that was never possible before.
In today's post, we will continue on our journey into how business needs are dictating the innovation of the general ledger. In our previous post, we talked about how managers need more flexible reporting and how a multiple book strategy provides that capability. Today we will dive into dimensions: why they are needed and how to recognize real ones when you see them.
In my introduction to this series on Innovating the General Ledger, I discussed my passion about the general ledger and how it desperately needs a facelift. Although much of that post centered on my personal opinions, today begins the presentation of real world stories that back up my position and demonstrate how the innovation I suggest can yield real value for business users. I’ll start with how companies need multiple books—whether they know it or not.
I've spent some time over the past year writing about how to build cloud applications. Now I’d like to take a short recess and write about another topic near and dear to my heart: the general ledger. I’m sure I just lost half of you&mdash probably more. But stick with me.