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Rebecca Hurst is an Intacct administrator at Dude Solutions, the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of operations management solutions to education, government, healthcare, manufacturing, and membership-based organizations. She’s worked on new entity set-ups and Salesforce custom mapping to general ledger and custom reporting.
Based on the growth and changes the company has experienced, Dude Solutions decided to enhance its accounting system to accommodate new requirements. Since the finance team hadn’t evaluated options since implementing Intacct in 2005, they decided to demo both NetSuite and Intacct to compare both the systems and features and decide what would work best with their ever-changing business.
Intacct recently announced compelling results from a widespread accounting survey of top financial executives at U.S-based software companies to gauge their readiness for the upcoming ASC 606 revenue recognition guidelines. Most survey respondents were familiar with the new standards, with 55 percent saying they are very or somewhat familiar, and only 13% saying they have never heard of the regulations.
Here is a brief Q&A for those feeling overwhelmed by the upcoming revenue recognition changes or for organizations not quite sure where to begin.
Tim Childress is the CFO of Rare Inc, a nonprofit, environmental conservation company that is motivated to inspire change so people and the environment can thrive. Rare provides social behavior approaches to local communities so that they are able to change the way they react or interact with their local environment so that it benefits both the community and both the environment.
Tim recently shared with Wipfli/Brittenford why Rare, Inc. went looking for a new financial management solution, why the organization chose Intacct, and some of the immediate and long term benefits they see.
Libni Rodriguez is a project manager at Gateway Church, with a background in accounting with the big four. He recently shared with AcctTwo his experience of starting at Gateway about a year ago and two weeks prior to Intacct's go-live date.
Intacct has once again been named a Best and Brightest company to Work for in the Nation! Released by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR) annually, the list honors organizations that excel at employee relations, use innovation to motivate employees, and implement creative compensation programs.