When companies receive private equity funding, they are often forced to migrate from Excel spreadsheets and simple accounting software—such as QuickBooks—to an ERP system that can manage the dramatic growth and change that lies ahead. In the case of more complex transactions, such as carve-outs, businesses may need to quickly move on from systems at the parent company that no longer fit their needs and may be costly to access until an alternative is found.
For many businesses, QuickBooks can create time-intensive problems that add up to hours lost and opportunities missed. And now, more than ever, is the time to focus on increasing efficiency in your...Read Article
Effective remote workforce collaboration continues to be a competitive advantage for high performing organizations. Is everyone viewing the same data the same way at the same time? Does everyone...Read Article