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Steven Prevost
Title: CFO
Company: Wallace Bajjali Development Partners, LP
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(CFO at Wallace Bajjali Development Partners, LP)
Greetings - I recently became CFO for a home builder and noticed that the company’s “Shared Drive” is in a state of disarray – project documents are located in...
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Emily Ehrenfeld
Title: Vice President
Company: New Objective
(Vice President at New Objective)
My small business will be switching from Peachtree to Quickbooks Enterprise due to fuller functionality on specific topics. For those who have come before me on this path, what do I...
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Robert Kugel
Title: Senior Vice President
Company: Ventana Research
(Senior Vice President at Ventana Research)
Finance transformation refers to a longstanding objective: shifting the focus of CFOs and finance departments from transaction processing to more strategic, higher-value functions. Our...
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Laurel Carney
Title: Content Writer
Company: Tallie
(Content Writer at Tallie)
Whether you’re flying out to meet with a client or present at a conference, traveling for business can be as costly as it is necessary. Sure, you’ve examined past expense...
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Joanie Mann
Title: Principal Consultant
Company: Cooper Mann Consulting
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(Principal Consultant at Cooper Mann Consulting)
Everything Old is New Again: Big Fat Phones and Desktop QuickBooks in the Cloud Every year that passes leaves some reminder of the time – some person or occurrence which...
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Steve Peterson
Title: VP Marketing and Channel
Company: CellarStone Inc.
(VP Marketing and Channel at CellarStone Inc.)
As we start a new year, people look back and take time to reflect on their year. Fun memories were made, relationships formed, new things learned, but yet some things could have gone...
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Randall Bolten
Title: CEO
Company: Lucidity
(CEO at Lucidity)
We leave 2014 with one more look at using quantation to understand the ebb and flow of political parties in the U.S., and especially whether graphs or well-designed tables...