Smaller businesses often lack the luxury of customization that their large enterprise counterparts have when it comes to software solutions, which means that they often have to make do with workarounds to handle some of their most unique financial management needs. Cloud financial software provider Intacct has addressed this challenge with the release of its new Flex Reporting features, which are designed to simplify financial report writing while giving users more customization options.
Many companies are finding that legacy accounting systems do not give them the kind of flexibility and analytical oversight they need to meet modern market demands, but they are sticking to familiar solutions due to compliance and control needs. Those that make the jump, however, are realizing that they're able to make a change that feels as big as when they ditched slide rules for calculators. One such company is marketing and advertising firm Voltaris, which recently announced it had switched to cloud accounting tools from Intacct.
Handling accounting tasks with accuracy and without duplication across a geographically distributed company can be a challenge. With today's cloud accounting tools, however, there's no need to send an abacus back and forth on the pony express - or even to take the similarly outdated approach of emailing spreadsheets.
In the face of tight budgets and the mandate for more efficient care, having real-time financial visibility into hospital operations is essential, particularly for healthcare groups managing more than one facility. That's why Cirrus Health, which owns and manages four active hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers across the United States, recently implemented cloud accounting software from Intacct.
From Siskel and Ebert to Eric B. and Rakim, successful partnerships have always led to a sum greater than its parts. So it's no surprise that the collaborations between cloud software vendors and expert integrators reduce the complexity of implementation and lead to greater customer success. CRN's recently released 2013 Partner Program Guide highlighted software solutions with strong integration partnerships, awarding cloud accounting program Intacct a 5-Star Partner rating.
Cloud accounting and financial management software provider Intacct has been named as a finalist for a Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Award in the Best Financial Management Solution category.
Cloud financial software provider Intacct has been piling up the prizes in recent months as it continues to expand its industry footprint and user base. Now used by more than 5,000 organizations, the company was also included in CRN Magazine's annual list of the "20 Coolest Cloud Software Vendors."
Companies are increasingly embracing cloud solutions for business, as they find that the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model enables streamlined access, enhanced user experiences and more productive workflows.
Managing the finances of a company whose holdings span the country - from Ohio to Alaska and Hawaii - can be a major logistical challenge, particularly when handled using manually prepared Excel spreadsheets. Today's fast-paced business environment requires more automation and more points of access, which is why companies such as Cincinnati-based Kith Media are adopting cloud accounting software solutions such as Intacct.