Like many successful businesses, you relied on QuickBooks, or a similar entry-level accounting solution, for managing your accounting software functions. But as your business grows and makes plans for the future, there is a time when it's best to graduate to a mid-market ERP accounting software solution like Sage Intacct.
GAAP compliance is not optional for your organization. Sage Intacct is designed to make it simple for you to be audit-ready with GAAP compliance. How does Sage Intacct offer GAAP compliance?
In recent years, the need to protect your company through multiple legal entities and structures has grown. The effective utilization of that strategy is fundamental to the protection, acquisition, and sale of assets.
Sage Intacct consolidates across hundreds of entities in seconds, allowing your finance team to have real-time, data-driven information for your company playbook.
You can restrict permissions to a particular entity or consolidate across all entities with one login.
Sage Intacct makes it simple to create real-time dashboards across one or more entities without the need to export to Excel spreadsheets. The dashboards combine both financial and operational data, and with Sage Intacct's built-in dimensions you can slice and dice your data and drill down to source transactions.
Sage Intacct is designed to automate your financial processes without data re-entry. These processes include automating billing, revenue recognition and quote-to-cash with Salesforce.
The ASC 606 standard eliminates transaction and industry-specific revenue recognition guidance under GAAP and is widely recognized as the biggest accounting change the world has seen in over a decade. This is a key driver causing many organizations to switch to cloud financial systems. Sage Intacct is a leader in making customers ASC 606 ready and is able to show side-by-side ASC 605 and ASC 606 in the same report.
Automate billing and revenue recognition without data re-entry into your financial system. Eliminate the errors that compromise the integrity of your bills and financial statements.
Is your accounting software helping you grow and compete—or holding you back? This guide will help you understand whether it’s time to make a move.