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How Intacct Stacks Up Against 5 Cloud-based Competitors

Romy Andrews – Wednesday, July 12, 2017

by Saeward Schillaci, The Resource Group

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If you've ever spent more than a few minutes looking at reviews of restaurants, you know that a simple numerical rating system doesn't give a potential customer all the information they need. A Thai restaurant in your area might have 5-star reviews, but you could end up choosing to eat at a 4-star burger joint instead. There are lots of factors to making a dining decision, including location, price, type of food, ambience, speed of service, and preferences of friends. Plus, once you've thought everything over, you might still end up making your restaurant choice based on a whim rather than objective characteristics.

Of course, comparing different accounting software is much more complicated than picking whichever restaurant has the highest reviews. A software buyer needs to consider what type of solution would work best for their company, including major factors such as whether to use a cloud-based or an on-premises model, whether vertical market software or horizontal market software would better suit the company's needs, and the current size of the business as well as any planned future growth. With all of this in mind, this article focuses on describing the differences and similarities between Intacct and five other cloud-based competitors, all of which are horizontal market focused and intended for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

Alright, here's an apples and bananas comparison of Intacct and five other popular cloud-based accounting solutions, followed by in-depth descriptions of each:

 

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Find the ROM (Return on Mission) for Nonprofits

Kim Anselmo – Friday, June 09, 2017

Find the Return on Mission for Nonprofits

For most nonprofit organizations when it comes to finance, the focus has traditionally been to minimize overhead costs. Unfortunately, the area that suffers the most is investment in systems. Debits and credits used to be the only focus, but now most nonprofits have corporate cards, shifting the conversations to expense management. This becomes a barrier for nonprofits as they often have more complete reporting needs.

 

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Intacct Partners and How They Measure Up Against Each Other

Romy Andrews – Wednesday, May 24, 2017

by Saeward Schillaci, The Resource Group

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Looking for a great Intacct partner to provide expertise for your business as you seek to select and optimize your enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems? We hope you’ll consider The Resource Group, but we also think it’s important to be honest and open about our competition. Here’s a list of seven other Intacct partners and value added resellers (VARs) who come to mind when someone asks us about our competitors. First, we’d like to highlight our organization, but want to be transparent that there are other Intacct Partners out there (and they are pretty good too!). The partners are listed in reverse alphabetical order, to mix things up a little. 

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How Intacct Accounting Software Saves Nonprofits a Bundle

Kim Anselmo – Thursday, May 18, 2017

How Intacct Accounting Software Saves Nonprofits a Bundle

Intacct cloud accounting software is increasingly chosen by nonprofits to maximize their “return on mission,” including foundations, healthcare providers, associations, social services, and faith-based groups.

More specifically, Intacct does this by offering two things that save nonprofits a bundle. The first is two additional chart of accounts dimensions for the general ledger. And the second thing that helps nonprofits save is a multitude of features that maximize productivity – all of which are documented below.

 

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Nonprofit Accounting Software Comparison

Romy Andrews – Thursday, May 18, 2017

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There's never been more accounting software or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems than there are today, with several claiming nonprofit expertise.

However, QuickBooks has become the most popular accounting software for nonprofits without even trying.

Why then are so many nonprofits moving away from QuickBooks?

Is it because QuickBooks lacks key functionality for nonprofits, or do users run into limitations that necessitate a migration to something more scalable? What other accounting options might be a better fit for nonprofits?

 

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