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AcctTwo Blog

4 Ways to Improve Your Company's Overall Reporting

Reporting is not just a necessary burden. It's also a strategic opportunity. The organizations that optimize their reporting process are able to make decisions based on deeper insights in less time. Their reports become a strategic tool that directly promotes their competitive advantage.

Topics: Financial Analysis, Ratios and KPIs reporting CPM

Why Have a Reporting Strategy with New Business Accounting Software

Business Accounting Software Implementation Advice from AcctTwo's Chief Technology Officer

Part of our customer success methodology is to conduct a project close interview with project stakeholders at the end of every Intacct ERP implementation. Along with capturing a quantitative customer satisfaction score that contributes to our overall Net Promoter Score, we also ask qualitative questions about how the implementation went and whether we provided the necessary leadership, communication, and training to make the project a success. One response I too commonly receive is: "The implementation went really well but there are some reports and dashboards we still want to have built."

Topics: management reporting ERP Financial Reporting reporting Implementation Operational Reporting

Finding Insight Amongst the Bloom of Business Intelligence

From Intacct's View from the Cloud Blog:

Today we continue with the next installment from our series of videos with eCornell - see the first two posts here and here. In this edition, Clark Newby discusses how you can find insight buried in the vast quantities of business intelligence (BI) data amassing from business systems today.

Topics: Blog accounting software management reporting View from the Cloud Intacct Business Intelligence / Analytics BI Financial Reporting business intelligence Financial Analysis, Ratios and KPIs reporting Awareness

When it Comes to Reporting, Businesses Should Look Forward, Not Backward

Planning better and working smarter is something pretty much everyone aspires to do both at work and in their personal lives. This couldn't be more true for CFOs and those in finance departments. A recent article on CFO.com by Colin Hare and Lana Klein emphasizes the need for forward-thinking analytics to help drive growth and profitability, and to pave the way for better communications and relations between the CFO and other CxOs. 

Topics: Blog accounting software management reporting planning Business Intelligence / Analytics CFO Financial Reporting Software Evaluation analytics Informational business intelligence Financial Analysis, Ratios and KPIs Accounting reporting Awareness