Outsource accounting, focus on business

Let a top-notch financial professional take care of your accounting—so you can save your in-house time and resources for other strategic activities.

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Learn how Sage Intacct helps you drive improved business performance — throughout your entire organization.

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Work with the best

Leverage Sage Intacct’s partnership with the AICPA and CPA.com to find the best accounting partner for your business. Choose from hundreds of leading CPA and outsourced accounting firms—including almost 1/3 of the top 100 firms in the United States—that use Sage Intacct to provide accounting services for companies like yours.

Maximize in-house resources

You can use outsourced accounting services for basic activities such as paying bills, processing invoices, approving employee expenses, or generating financial reports. If you need help with executive level finance functions, our partners also deliver high value services as a virtual controller or CFO. Depending on your specific business need, outsourcing can deliver stability and more expertise to your accounting and finance area and is often easier and less expensive than employing an in-house team.

Collaborate in the cloud

Sage Intacct makes it easy for both you and your CPA to share the accounting workload in whatever way works best for your organization. There’s no need to swap files or enter data in two different systems.

Key takeaways

  • Work with a top-notch CPA firm and/or accounting outsourcing partner
  • Gain high quality experts in accounting and finance that you can rely on for the long term
  • Save money by using an outsourced accounting firm to help with finance
  • Stay focused on your company’s core competencies
  • Simplify the collaboration process with cloud-based accounting

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AICPA Preferred Provider

There’s only one AICPA preferred provider of financial applications—and it’s Sage Intacct.
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