Posted by Indusa Admin on March 27, 2015 4:56 am
After implementing CRM for your sales team, you want them to use it to feed in information that they have worked hard to collect and organize. But, the fact is that users find this as a time consuming activity and sometimes take shortcuts to complete their work. They may . . .
Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: Cloud Computing Has You Questioning Your Technology Footprint
Posted by Indusa Admin on March 23, 2015 4:57 am
Technology has, obviously, changed our world and continues to make a profound impact on how we do business every day. For example, what once held small businesses back has been made possible with software and services now available through cloud computing. Although QuickBooks is available online, there are a . . .
Posted by Indusa Admin on March 16, 2015 5:03 am
We are all called upon, on occasion, to wear different hats and be responsible for things that may be outside the realm of our traditional job tasks. There is nothing wrong with learning something new and taking on additional responsibility, unless you are juggling more than what you can . . .
Posted by Indusa Admin on March 9, 2015 11:50 am
Often the well-being of a business can surpass its ability to maintain that success. Success of the business, if not managed in the right way can lead to failure.
As your business grows, different problems and opportunities arise which demand different solutions – what worked a year ago might . . .
Secrets of Maximizing Throughput and Gaining Operational Competitiveness With Better Demand Planning
Posted by Indusa Admin on March 5, 2015 11:55 am
For organizations to maximize throughput and gain operational competitiveness, it is imperative to have a sound demand planning process. Demand planning is a skill that relies on data collection and analysis. You need to know the issues, the drivers behind the issues, and the solutions for the best possible . . .
Posted by Indusa Admin on March 2, 2015 12:07 pm
Decision-making is an essential part of good business. In order to make better decisions, you need to have access over good information. Therefore it is wise to check the books before you make any important business decisions.
Unfortunately, when using entry-level accounting software like QuickBooks, the answers don’t come . . .
Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: A Lack of Control and Weak Audit Trails Create Business Risk
Posted by Indusa Admin on February 26, 2015 12:57 pm
When you notice that numbers in the books have mysteriously changed, it is likely not a glitch, but a manual entry that was rewritten. Many basic accounting software programs, QuickBooks included, allow any user to login and edit data as needed, without any restrictions or an audit trail. Unless . . .
Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: Managing the Books and Cash Flow Isn’t As Easy As It Used to Be!
Posted by Indusa Admin on February 23, 2015 1:00 pm
It wasn’t too long ago that general ledgers and other financial data were kept by hand in notebooks or in rudimentary spreadsheets on the computer. Basic accounting software soon followed, much to the pleasure of accounting departments everywhere. QuickBooks was amongst the leaders to capture the accounting software marketplace . . .
Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: All the Rubber Bands Holding Your Business Together Are Keeping You Up at Night!
Posted by Indusa Admin on February 16, 2015 1:10 pm
Business and its accounting software solution must go hand in hand. An accounting software, which is not up to date or not of a quality suite, may prove to be a barrier for the business to flourish. If you’ve built your business on QuickBooks, you know it’s a great . . .
Posted by Indusa Admin on February 12, 2015 1:13 pm
When used correctly, a well-configured ERP can place an emphasis on providing the right benefits for your business without requiring too high of an investment. Today, with the help of a highly flexible and adaptable ERP system, organizations are effectively able to streamline and better manage a wide array . . .