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Sage Intacct has announced the feature improvements for the R3 2019 software update scheduled for roll-out by end of the day, Friday, August 23. R3 2019 enables customers to transform the way they think and work by delivering product innovations across 3 major themes.
Is your current legacy ERP system reducing your business's potential by scaring off talented younger workers? According to Inc. magazine, by 2020 millennials will make up 50% of the American workforce, and by 2025, millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce. Economies and businesses are changing, and attracting and retaining new talent is key to sustainable growth for your business. So what’s all this have to do with your ERP solution?
Legacy on-premises ERP systems were originally designed 25-30 years ago, and they’re nearing their end of life. Microsoft Dynamics GP, for example, is 30 years old. Business strategies and needs have changed a lot in the past three decades, and what was once innovative is now often inadequate.
9 Awesome Features in the Sage Intacct R1 2019 Release
Modern business technology, especially when it relates to financial accounting, is currently changing so fast that it’s hard to stay up-to-date with everything. Here at The Resource Group, it’s our job to keep our clients informed of the best new features available to them in their software solutions.
The Sage Intacct 2019 R1 release includes lots of great new features. In fact, there are so many that it’s easy to get a little lost in all of the information available about the release. To keep things simple and show you the highlights, we’ve summarized 9 new and improved features, and provided links to corresponding Sage Intacct eLearning videos.
If you're trying to make QuickBooks work for your growing multi-entity company, you've likely struggled with the accounting solution's lack of complex capabilities. QuickBooks works well for small businesses up to a certain point, but once an organization begins adding entities, it's often time to consider upgrading to a new financial accounting solution. We've previously discussed 4 major limitations of QuickBooks for multi-entity accounting. In this blog, we're delving into some additional multi-entity accounting functionality that QuickBooks can't perform. Have you struggled with any of the following?