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Kate Johnson

Kate Johnson

Recent Posts by Kate Johnson:

Takeaways From The Pushpay Summit

Recently the AcctTwo faith-based nonprofit team attended The Pushpay Summit at Gateway Church in Dallas, Texas. The Pushpay Summit is not your standard church conference. With over 1500 attendees, you could feel the energy in the room. Ministry really matters at this conference and it is resonated throughout every session and absorbed in every conversation.

Topics: church ministry Faith-Based Church Accounting Software

Sage Intacct Provides Transparency to Marinus

Like so many companies, Marinus chose to use QuickBooks at the outset. But as Marinus expanded operations, it found that QuickBooks did not meet its needs for internal controls, management reporting, and external reporting:

  • Journal entries could easily be overridden
  • The chart of account structure required for tracking expenses by department and project was cumbersome
  • The financial reporting and budgeting capabilities were very limited and led to time-consuming, manual manipulation outside the application

Marinus needed an accounting solution that would tackle these concerns and also provide controlled access to real-time information to internal and external stakeholders alike.

Topics: accounting software ERP Accounting Customer Success Sage Intacct Digital Transformation IP Leap the Pond

Continuity Breaks Free From Excel with Sage Intacct

Continuity’s rapid growth put pressure on the finance organization to keep up. Like so many companies, Continuity originally chose to use QuickBooks and was forced to rely on spreadsheets to maintain complicated revenue recognition schedules for multi-entity arrangements and to deliver management and investors typical SaaS metrics like CMRR, CAC, and churn.

When Alan Hurwitz joined Continuity, he recognized the importance of putting in place the accounting infrastructure to support the company’s growth and at the same time offer a compelling value proposition (i.e. measurable ROI.) His auditing firm, Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina, recommended that he talk to Leap the Pond. After Alan reviewed all his options, he decided that AcctTwo and Sage Intacct was the best fit – from both a functionality and cost standpoint.

Topics: accounting software ERP Accounting Customer Success Sage Intacct Digital Transformation Leap the Pond