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John Fischel
Title: Finance Supervisor
Company: Crosswood, Inc. DBA The Pathways Schools
(Finance Supervisor at Crosswood, Inc. DBA The Pathways Schools)
I've been doing some research and found some serious complaints about Paylocity amid very few positive reviews. The interface appears to be excellent and implementation is always a...
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Jack Warnock
Title: President
Company: JW Strategic Advisors LLC
(President at JW Strategic Advisors LLC)
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Bob Stenz
Title: Controller
Company: Silicon Valley start-up
(Controller at Silicon Valley start-up)
Excel and data management (including working with large volumes of data and databases) skills are often assumed upon finance and accounting professionals. However, some...
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Doug Sleeter
Title: President
Company: The Sleeter Group, Inc.
(President at The Sleeter Group, Inc.)
  When Intuit talks about the future directions for their QuickBooks family of products they usually divide information into two groups, QuickBooks Online and  QuickBooks...
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Anonymous
(Manager)
Hello, My company is going through a large implementation of software. We are a multi site company so the software is being rolled out to the various sites over time. When the sites go...
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Dominic Nunez
Title: Assistant Finance Manager
Company: Philex Mining Corporation
(Assistant Finance Manager at Philex Mining Corporation)
We have 30 warehouses with over 50,000 items. Our ERP is not yet in place so roll forwarding is quite tricky since withdrawals and receipts are not recorded real time. Previous counts...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
I inherited some pretty funky spreadsheets for a client of mine. One sheet is a summary of certain other worksheets (same spreadsheet), where the number being transferred to the...
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Sheldon Reynolds
Title: CFO
Company: Private
(CFO at Private)
Obviously the more advanced tools (like pivot tables and macros) are Excel only, but for basic spreadsheets, is Google on par with Excel?
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Doug Sleeter
Title: President
Company: The Sleeter Group, Inc.
(President at The Sleeter Group, Inc.)
  We all know that QuickBooks Online is the focus for Intuit moving forward. If you go to Intuit’s site for QuickBooks it is hard to find information about any of the...
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Anonymous
(Consultant)
I just joined a software-as-a-service company in the finance department (small company, very small finance department).  I do not have previous SAAS experience as I was...