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As the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey continues to take its toll, people from around the country are looking for ways to help those affected by the storm. In the true spirit of our “do the right thing” value, numerous colleagues all over North America have approached Sage Foundation wanting to know what they can personally do to help in this emergency situation.
Every modern business uses software management systems, but the best use systems that bring strategic, operational, and financial data together to support and optimize a performance-driven organization. For software companies in 2015, this requires new attributes, focus changes in metrics, and a comprehensive view of growth.
I’ve been asked many times to lay out my magic formula for building a successful small or medium-sized business. I usually respond by saying there's no magic, only hard work and experience.
Software executives know they need to operate their businesses with more agility because of the pace and volume of change due to innovation and new competitive offerings. C-suite executives grappling with how to turn plans into action faster than ever before need to focus on four crucial enablers of agility and growth.
With the recent national discussion around discriminatory legislation being put forward in several states where Intacct conducts business, I felt it was important to share our viewpoint.