September Blog Roundup

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of this past month’s top blog posts!

What New Accounting Standards Mean to Nonprofit Financial Statements

When it comes to managing finances, nonprofit accounting presents unique challenges that can’t be addressed with outdated spreadsheets and manual processes.

On August 18, 2016, FASB released the highly-anticipated Accounting Standards Update (ASU 2016-14) Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities.  In this post, ComputData discusses how these changes will impact nonprofits.

Sage Foundation Support For Hurricane Harvey Relief

In the aftermath of the recent hurricanes, 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 situation.

In response, our own Sage Foundation has set up a donation site with the American Red Cross where Sage colleagues, customers, and partners can donate directly.

Why Partial Automation Will Be a Smart Tool, Not a Replacement, for the AP Clerk

It seems that not a day goes by that we’re hearing news about artificial intelligence (AI) and companies that are incorporating this technology into their business or even developing new AI applications. Machine learning, where the computer actually figures out what to do with data, goes hand-in-hand with AI.

Laurent Charpentier, Yooz Chief Innovation Officer, addresses the attention being given to this topic in this post.

Timmy Awards Select Nik Puni of Sage Intacct as a Best Tech Manager Finalist

Tech in Motion Orange County announced Nik Puni of Sage Intacct  as a finalist for Best Technology Manager at its Third Annual Timmy Awards!

The Timmy Awards recognize the top workplaces for tech professionals and Nik Puni, director of systems integration at Sage Intacct, was chosen from a field of more than 275 nominees.

How Bitly extended their runway by six months by choosing Sage Intacct

When SaaS or subscription companies hit the revenue goals around Series B, processes that got them to that stage often start to break down. 

Sage Intacct’s David Appel had the chance to speak with Peter Nesbitt, director of finance at Bitly, about why they moved off Quickbooks, when they decided to do it, and what upside they leveraged from upgrading to Sage Intacct for cloud financials. 

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[ Published: September 29, 2017 ]