In case you missed it, here’s a recap of this past month’s top blog posts!
Russell Guthrie, Executive Director of External Affairs & CFO, of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) spoke at Sage Intacct Advantage 2017 on the future of accounting, global trends, challenges, and opportunities in the space. In case you missed his session, would like a topical refresh, or weren’t able to attend Sage Intacct Advantage, be sure to read this post for a recap on Russell’s session…
It’s time for the annual Sage Intacct New Year’s Reading List. Last year we shared content on topics such as twitterizing your chart of accounts, the concept of GLplus, and 5 ways accountants have mastered AI. This year our series will be focused on one topic: CFO 3.0. We hope you enjoy our insight and feel comfortable replying with your thoughts and ideas for what the CFO of the future might be like given new opportunities in the marketplace today.
Don't miss this latest piece by Rob Reid, managing director and EVP of Sage Intacct, as he discusses why the ASC 606 switch isn’t simple, and how many organizations are woefully unprepared for the significant changes it brings.
In the past few months, Sage Intacct has seen an influx of customers in the security industry switching from their current solutions and selecting our cloud based financial solution. In this post, GoGuardian details why they switched.
Making a New Year’s resolution is a positive way to make changes in your life; however, it is rare for the average individual to keep his/her New Year’s resolution. In fact, 80% of resolutions are dissolved by February. Is this a result of unrealistic expectations or adopting the wrong kind of resolutions? Whether they are personal or professional, maybe we should change our mindset and cut ourselves some slack and think of resolutions as best practices. While we can't help with losing 10 pounds, Leap the Pond sets the tone for setting simple professional best practices for 2018.