I’ve never been one to avoid discussing the elephant sitting in the middle of the room. I like to call it out, point out the size and colors of its ears, the peanuts it’s eating, and the mess it’s creating for the rest of us to clean up. It’s there … let’s not avoid it, ok?
So, the elephant sitting in my room today is the fact that companies are still considering on-premises accounting solutions. I don’t get it. Seriously. How can someone pick an old, antiquated system, or a 1990’s way of handling your accounting data? It doesn’t make sense to me.