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Forecasting and Budgeting for Professional Services Organizations with Sage Intacct

Romy Andrews – Tuesday, February 06, 2018

By Laura McDowell, CPA, The Resource Group

Forecasting-and-budgeting-for-professional-services-firmsAs a registered CPA in Washington state and a Sage Intacct consultant with The Resource Group, I work with our professional services clients to make sure their accounting department has all of the tools they need to work efficiently.

 

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After 30 Years, What’s the Future of Accounting Software?

Romy Andrews – Tuesday, January 30, 2018

By Saeward Schillaci, The Resource Group

The-Resource-GroupIn 2018, The Resource Group is celebrating its 30th anniversary as a company! What can our journey of the past 30 years teach your business? What are our predictions about upcoming developments in business management applications and accounting solutions? As we look back on what has developed in the past three decades, we are also excited to think about what the future of accounting will hold.

 

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Sage Intacct and Data Visibility for Your Professional Services Organization: Getting the Insight You Need for Projects

Romy Andrews – Wednesday, January 24, 2018

By Laura McDowell, CPA, The Resource Group

Sage-Intacct-for-data-visibilityAs a registered CPA in Washington state and a Sage Intacct consultant with The Resource Group, I work with our professional services clients to eliminate pain points they are experiencing within their accounting practice. One of the main areas they need assistance with is data visibility in terms of reporting and insights.

 

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How to Select Accounting Software for Your Project Based Business: A Step-by-Step eBook

Romy Andrews – Tuesday, October 31, 2017

by Saeward Schillaci, The Resource Group

Professional Services Best Practices

So, you’ve decided that you need new accounting software for your project based business (consulting, marketing, SaaS or so forth). From here, you have two options: The first option, which is chosen far too often, is to decide based on simple, arbitrary factors. This might include picking whichever vendor seems the friendliest, using whatever your competitors are using, or choosing based on preferences of friends. This willy-nilly decision-making style is fast and easy, but it doesn’t ensure that the software functionality matches the needs of your business. It’s basically gambling – it might work out, or it might be a total waste of money that results in your business going back to the same outdated spreadsheets everyone used with the old system.

 

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