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  • Intacct Blog: The Postmodern ERP Debate
  • The Postmodern ERP Debate

    There have been many ongoing and wide-reaching discussions on the rise of postmodern ERP in recent years. Gartner defines postmodern ERP as: “A technology strategy that automates and links administrative and operational business capabilities (such as finance, HR, purchasing, manufacturing and distribution) with appropriate levels of integration that balance the benefits of vendor-delivered integration against business flexibility and agility.

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  • Intacct Blog: Scaling Finance from $0 to $100m in ARR
  • Scaling Finance from $0 to $100m in ARR

    In recent years, startups and growth companies have enjoyed rapidly increasing access to a wider range of educational resources. That’s why we are excited to be a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming SaaStr Annual 2016, which is devoted to sharing some of the best practices in scaling startups, teaching you to avoid the pitfalls, and showing you strategies to go From Impossible To Inevitable. Check it out if you haven’t heard of it!
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  • Intacct Blog: The Best of Both Worlds: Best in Class CRM, meet Best in Class ERP
  • The Best of Both Worlds: Best-in-Class CRM, meet Best-in-Class ERP

    Life-changing decisions—College, jobs, investments, shopping for a home—have taught many of us the important reality of compromise. In the decision making process we generally begin with the anticipation of having the best of both world—that great house in the best neighborhood, no more than 15 miles from the office—and end up with a 57 mile commute in exchange for a good school district for the kids.

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  • Intacct Blog: Switching to the Cloud: Economics of Cloud Financials
  • Switching to the Cloud: Economics of Cloud Financials

    Intacct has been promoting a paper from respected ERP industry analyst Brian Sommer. Brian wrote “Economics of Cloud Financials” which covers the varieties, costs, and benefits of financial systems in the cloud, from both a customer and vendor perspective. The paper discusses financial systems that are delivered on-premises, hosted by a 3rd party, delivered via single-tenant cloud, and delivered via multi-tenant cloud. You can find the paper here. Naturally, there are some key takeaways from the paper I want to bring to your attention.

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