Blogs

Cultivating Flow

Adam Vandoski's Profile

Last week we defined the psychological principle of “flow,” how it relates to the business world, and what it might look like to cultivate a work environment more conducive to flow experiences (you can catch up here).

3 Keys to Successful Software Integration

Jennifer Spencer's Profile

When it comes to integrating cloud-based software, there are three keys to ensuring your integration will be successful in helping you achieve your end goals. These keys are flexibility, security, and documentation.

The Daily Grind With Office Documents: The burden of spreadsheets on your decision-making

Rachel Slininger's Profile

At the core of nearly every finance and accounting team remains the common spreadsheet—capturing millions of data points each day. Spreadsheets are useful for housing data and incorporating formulas, working out equations, and storing basic business activity.

Tips to Mitigate Technology Implementation Challenges

Regis Quirin's Profile

Companies continually look for ways to reduce costs, facilitate sales, and increase customer satisfaction.  While there are a multitude of specific approaches that could be utilized to address each issue, all three of these objectives could be achieved at the same time through automation.  Production systems serve to increase sales efficiency and introduce cross-sell opportunities; wh

On-Premise, Hosting and Saas, What Does It Mean for Your Technology? (Part 2 of 3 Series)

Kim Anselmo's Profile

In part one of this blog series, On-Premise, Hosting and Saas, What Does It Mean for Your Technology,  I discussed the benefits and challenges of on-premise technology for your business.

Cloud Computing is More Than Multitenancy

Robert Kugel's Profile

There’s a growing realization that the multitenant approach to the cloud isn’t the only option that companies should weigh in deciding between deploying software on-premises and in the cloud.

QuickBooks Online Keyboard Shortcuts

Doug Sleeter's Profile
QuickBooks Online keyboard shortcuts? We don’t need no stinkin’ keyboard shortc–

Wait, wait wait! Heck yeah we do!!

Flight 370, and Why We Produce Information

Randall Bolten's Profile

Finance professionals produce information. It’s what we do, so let’s think carefully about why and how we produce that information. In that respect, CNN’s coverage of Flight 370 is instructive.

Go Ahead and Shoot the Server: End of Microsoft Small Business Server Inspires Cloud Adop

Joanie Mann's Profile

shoot_the_serverMicrosoft has made a decision to include more “cloud” capability in its offerings for small business, ending the life of the successful Small Business Server line and replacing it within the Windows Server 2012 family.  Some bus

How to Prepare a Business Loan

Robyn Barrett's Profile

Many small business owners understand how to effectively manage their day-to-day operations, but are unsure of how best to prepare for loan approval. Business owners can maximize their chances of approval by learning what potential lenders expect. Banks like to see that potential borrowers have done their homework and are adequately prepared.