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November 13, 2013 | Sean McBride and Mike Lopez

Improving Productivity and Reducing IT Expenses

A large, faith-based social services organization with more than 75 employees was facing an unsustainable IT situation. As their services expanded to include new curriculum, the need for more reliable, mobile, and capable technology was also growing. At the same time, IT support costs were escalating to an unmaintainable level. Furthermore, outdated hardware and software were impacting productivity. Read on »

November 13, 2013 | Sean McBride and Mike Lopez

Software Psychosis

The new CFO of a major steel distributor determined that the entry level accounting software his company utilized no longer met the needs of their growing business. With revenue in excess of $300 million, over 300 employees, and 15 distribution centers in multiple states, the company needed an enterprise-wide system that could handle his increasingly complex financial system. However, with thousands of ERP and accounting software options, she simply needed an expert in the industry to help assess her needs and make an honest recommendation. Read on »

November 13, 2013 | Sean McBride and Mike Lopez

Healthcare ERP Implementation

A local nonprofit health care organization was implementing an enterprise-wide business and accounting software system. Every core business unit was involved and affected by the implementation including: Medical Records, Documentation, In-patient Services, Patient Housing, Billing, Collections, and Operational Reporting. However, mid-implementation management discovered a major organizational crisis. Read on »

December 25, 2011 | Doug Askam

Selecting Accounting/ERP Software

Let me start by saying that the following statement is not intended to offend anyone. But if you have selected and implemented an accounting/ERP software system that did not meet your expectations, stop blaming the software, vendor, or implementation company. It’s your fault. Read on »

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