Spring seems to mark growth and change in many areas and Intacct is no exception! In case you missed it, here’s a recap of this past month’s blog posts discussing some of the exciting new things happening within the organization!
This month was an exciting time at Intacct. We announced another quarter of strong growth and a new round of funding to open up additional growth opportunities. The migration to cloud ERP software is fueling our momentum and the company continues to execute at a high level. Check out our results here.
A company that runs too many applications can get bogged down by the inefficiency. So how do you cover all the bases while keeping an eye on streamlined processes?
David Furth, president and founder of Leap the Pond, shares how 1,000 CIOs from 16 countries were asked about the applications their businesses use, and found nearly half think they employ too many. David’s blog advises how applications for small to midsize businesses exist that can be easily integrated and work as a one-stop-shop for all of your regular business needs.
In recognition of Intacct’s investment and commitment to the accounting industry, in 2009 the AICPA and its subsidiary CPA.com named Intacct as its first and only preferred provider of financial applications.
Kevin Cumley joined Intacct in September 2014 as the new director of the Intacct Accountants Program and has played a huge role in helping Intacct continue its growth with accounting firms and further strengthen Intacct’s relationship with CPA.com.
I sat down with Kevin recently so he could share how things have been progressing since we last spoke. Don’t miss it!
When it comes to financial management, nonprofit accounting presents unique challenges that can’t be addressed with outdated spreadsheets and manual processes. Intacct gives you greater efficiency and managerial visibility so you can drive down costs while fully pursuing your organization’s mission.
In this post, Iris Schimke, CEO of Express Information Systems, discusses why nonprofits choose Intacct.
Last summer, International Data Corporation reported that the cloud software market saw $48.8 billion in revenues in 2014, and will continue expanding at a compound annual growth rate of 18.8 percent through 2019. Small businesses have been a major driver of cloud-based software penetration, relying on the more advanced delivery option to keep capital expenditures down and functionality optimal.
In his latest post, David Furth, president and founder of Leap the Pond, shares why regardless of which industry a firm might be competing in, cloud-based accounting software can help to drive both the efficiency of processes in finance departments and their accuracy.
It’s been a busy season here at Intacct and we’re already looking forward to kicking off the next quarter strong! Don’t miss a beat; keep up with Intacct in real-time on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and YouTube.