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Posts by Heather Dudley

2020 Nonprofit Webinar Series

To ring in the New Year DeRosa Mangold Consulting has teamed up with Sage Intacct to offer accounting professionals of nonprofit organizations a FREE Twelve-Part Webinar Series geared toward providing industry specific education. We guarantee this series will provide you valuable knowledge for your organization whether it be faith-based, educational, philanthropic or any other type…

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Embracing Technology in Accounting Solutions

Recently I sat down with Mike DeRosa, co-founder of DeRosa Mangold Consulting to ask him a series of questions about his take on the recent advances in accounting technology. I was also curious to know the reason for his passion about Sage Intacct and what has him shouting from the roof tops about the capabilities…

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Life Beyond QuickBooks

It’s not unusual when first shopping for a cloud-based accounting solution to feel a little lightheaded. You might even run back to your office and hide under your desk to recover from the initial shock. Many people experience this and then vow to make QuickBooks work for them. They continue to struggle on for another…

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5 Signs Your Accounting System in Holding You Back

As the size, complexity, and pace of your business grow, the frustrations can multiply. That accounting system you relied on to manage finances and operations has, over time, gradually become a barrier to growth and efficiency. But in a highly competitive business climate, you can’t afford spiraling overhead costs, functional limitations, and unnecessary risks. Have…

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Return on Mission: Is Your Organization Ready to Replace MIP?

Is it time to transition your organization’s accounting software? It’s challenging to navigate today’s dynamic environment with technology that was designed pre-internet. With increased oversight, competition for funding, and expanding compliance requirements, your organization should be leveraging the modern technology available today. Do you find your organization struggling with lack of flexibility, real time visibility,…

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The Question Every Accountant is Asking…

Is it time to move to the cloud?   Think about this… The source of your current headaches with your financial accounting solution probably lies in your servers, whether on premises or in the cloud. Most businesses can’t afford the ongoing monthly cost it takes to hire the staff to support and defend a server…

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Spend Management

With Sage Intacct Spend Management, you can avoid unexpected cash flow issues by governing your spending against a budget.   Improve cash flow and reduce risk Manage spending with confidence Sage Intacct Spend Management provides peace of mind by automatically checking spend transactions against budget availability. Turn your attention to strategic planning and growing your…

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Are you coming to Sage Summit Atlanta on May 13 – 15?

Calling all Sage 100 customers! (*If you are a current Sage Intacct customer or interested in learning more about Sage Intacct, we encourage you to attend the Intacct Advantage Conference in Las Vegas in October. To learn more  click here.)   Register now for Sage Summit Atlanta on May 13-15. Be sure to take advantage of…

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Sage Intacct: 2019 Release 1

Sage Intacct has just launched the latest version of the award-winning cloud financial management software, ‘Sage Intacct 2019 Release 1’. Want the full details? Here they are.  Accounts Payable updates: When paying AP Bills via the Pay Bills screen in a multi-entity company, Pay Bills shows just entity-level bills at the entity level. There is…

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The Paradigm Shift in General Ledger Accounting

Maybe you’ve noticed: Things have changed just a bit since the last time you upgraded your accounting system. Most financial solutions use a hard-coded structure for your chart of accounts. For example, to track 3 locations, 5 departments, and 5 projects, you’d need 75 account code combinations—and you’d end up with a complicated, unmanageable set…

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