Posts Tagged ‘Tennessee NetSuite Partner’

Leaders Lead With Your Support

When it’s time for an upgrade to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, it’s best to have support from upper management, middle management, and many of the other teams throughout the enterprise.  Based on our experience, getting buy-in from the top-down, as well as the bottom-up, can lead to greater user adoption rates and a…

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Protect Your Business With Consistency

Your employees are going to take vacations, call in sick, and, occasionally, make the decision to leave your company.  No matter the situation, when they are out of the office, does the rest of the team know where to find key data to keep projects on track?  Using disparate software solutions and leaving data to…

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Selling Products and Reaching Customers Anywhere, Anytime

Today’s shoppers are looking for and shopping for products in stores, online, and even using smartphones and tablets. A new term for multi-channel retail sales is “Omni-Channel retail” and this has expanded customer interaction across all sales channels. In order to stake your place in the ‘Omni’-marketplace, you need a powerful enterprise resource planning (ERP)…

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The Problem With Spreadsheets, Part 4: Tracking Budgets

It’s one thing to have a budget for your department or a customer project, but it’s another thing to actually follow it. Of course, you need to hit certain financial goals and deliver a product according to what you quoted, but how well can you follow a budget using a spreadsheet? Not very well indeed.…

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The Problem With Spreadsheets, Part 2: Where Did We Go Wrong?

It’s easy to dot the “i” and cross the “t”, but not always as easy to remember to carry the one when working on a mathematical formula in spreadsheets. You often don’t see the formulas when scanning through pages and pages of financial figures. Then, as cells are connected to other cells on additional spreadsheets,…

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The Problem With Spreadsheets, Part 1: Basic Math

You would be hard-pressed to find an office that doesn’t use spreadsheets to collect and share important data. In this 4-part blog series, we explore several of the biggest problems with relying on spreadsheets, starting with the problem of basic math. According to an article posted on MSN Money, 88% of spreadsheets have errors in…

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Aren’t Collections a Pain in the Neck?

In an ideal world, we wouldn’t have to make phone call after phone call to collect payments for services rendered.  Collections can be an expensive part of running a business.  The longer they are outstanding, the more it hurts our finances and cash flow.  Switching up the accounting processes may help close the cycle and…

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