Cloud accounting software comparison
Congratulations! The fact that you need a new accounting system is a good sign your business is growing. To make the search for a future-proof, cloud-based ERP a bit easier for you, we put together a list of comparisons. Check them out.
Sage Intacct vs. Abila MIP Fund Accounting
Many companies switch from Abila due to its limited integration capabilities, which result in frequent manual data importing and exporting between systems. These manual processes compound and end up increasing the time needed to generate financial reports and close the books. As a cloud-accounting solution, Sage Intacct combines an open API with powerful dynamic reporting and multi-entity functionality to provide non-profits the flexibility and efficiency they need.
Sage Intacct vs. Acumatica
A true cloud solution means that updates happen seamlessly and automatically and everyone is on the same version. Acumatica pushes the burden of scheduling and performing updates to their partners and customers. This leads to potential disruption and delays in the adoption of new capabilities. Sage Intacct streamlines the process by ensuring that all customers receive updates automatically, at the same time, allowing everyone to take advantage of new features immediately.
Sage Intacct vs. Blackbaud Financial Edge NXT
If your software evaluation includes Blackbaud, consider the benefits of our true cloud solution vs. one that requires you to switch between a web view and a database view. Sage Intacct is the first and only preferred provider of the AICPA and our customers rank us as #1 in Nonprofit Accounting Software on G2.
Sage Intacct vs. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
As accountants, Excel is our comfort zone. However, when we have to rely on spreadsheets to handle increasingly complex formulas and have numerous manual processes involving importing and exporting of data, efficiency decreases and risk increases. Sage Intacct automates the business of finance, has a built-in compliance framework for ASC 606, GAAP and other requirements, and has subscription and project billing. Lastly, while you can import and export data to and from spreadsheets, you do not have to rely on them. See how Sage Intacct brings a whole new level of comfort and confidence to CFOs around the world.
Sage Intacct vs. Microsoft Dynamics GP
Microsoft Dynamics, formerly known as Great Plains software, was designed over 20 years ago. Pre-Internet, pre-cloud. Accounting programs from that era were not built for agility, they were built to cost you every time you want to change functionality, upgrade releases, or connect with other applications. See how Sage Intacct can help you make the move to a modern, best-in-class cloud accounting solution—and never look back.
Sage Intacct vs. Oracle NetSuite
If you are considering NetSuite as your financial management solution, consider this. When business is changing fast, you can’t let anything get in the way of executing processes efficiently. And you can’t let anything get in the way of giving your CEO or the board the numbers that show why your growth strategies are working. Get the solution that’s going to help you, not get in your way.
Sage Intacct vs. QuickBooks Online
QuickBooks is just too basic to handle growing organizations with evolving needs. So your team might be compensating with inefficient workarounds and spreadsheets. And you may realize you can’t rely on your basic reports to be of any strategic use. That’s a lot to pay for a “low cost” solution. Find out what makes Sage Intacct the best QuickBooks alternative.
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Why we’re different (and why it matters)
“Made by accountants for accountants” is more than our mantra. Just ask the ever-increasing number of CFOs improving business outcomes thanks to the unique multi-dimensional reporting and connected accounting Sage Intacct provides.