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Reduce Bad Data with Accounting ERP Software

Accounting processes are an integral part of business management and include managing your company’s accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger and dealing with banking.  Depending on the size and sophistication of your business, you may be a[...]
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Why Accounting ERP Software Training is so Important

There is a reason that training is one of the most costly aspects of software implementations, namely that it’s also one of the most important aspects.  When upgrading to a sophisticated accounting ERP system from introductory software such as [...]
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Understanding the Challenges of Credit Card Processing

Guest Post by Robert Hyman of HiTech Merchants E-commerce and the trend to replace paper checks with electronic payments is quickly driving credit card acceptance to the forefront of B2B commerce.  As such, there are a number of challenges that mu[...]
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Sometimes Accounting Inventory Software Bells and Whistles Can Wait

As with any large corporate investment, implementing new accounting and inventory ERP software is a time and resource consuming process.  Although this can be daunting when first starting the search process, the benefits gained from properly implementing[...]
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PCI Compliance – What You Need to Know

Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance refers to a set of standards designed to protect credit cardholder information. These standards apply to any business that stores, processes, or transmits payment cardholder data both online and offline. The specific[...]
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Accounting ERP Software – What to Look For

This post outlines some of the functionality one should expect from Accounting ERP Software. All businesses have to manage their accounting processes one way or another. For small businesses this can mean manual data entry and calculations, or th[...]
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The Canadian Penny is Gone: What Will Your Business Do?

As of February 4th 2013, the Royal Canadian mint will no longer distribute one cent coins. Although they will still be kicking around for some time, to all intents and purposes the Canadian penny is on the way out. News of the penny being phased ou[...]
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Accounting Software Outlook for 2012

As we all know, the world will end in 2012. That means that this is your last chance to improve your accounting software – buy or upgrade now to avoid the apocalypse rush! I do have three somewhat serious predictions for 2012: The perc[...]
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3 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Accounting Software

This question was posed to me a few weeks ago during a phone meeting: how do I know if I’ve outgrown my existing accounting software? (This person is currently using QuickBooks.) In just a few minutes we identified three very telling signs that poi[...]
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Old Clothes and Accounting Software

You’ve probably had an item of clothing that seems to fit better, feel more comfortable and just “sits right” on you. Maybe it’s a sweater, a pair of jeans or a leather jacket. I’ll bet you wore it until it literally fell apart, and if it hasn[...]
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