Are you feeling accomplished by the time you head out of the office? Or is there usually that one little task you just couldn’t get to? There’s a way to boost your in-office productivity so that you can feel truly accomplished when you leave your workspace, and it’s all thanks to Microsoft Office 365.
Paper cuts, stepping on Legos, or even the stomach flu all seem preferable than going through a technology audit, right? This is especially the case if halfway through, you find a discrepancy in your licensing.
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If you’re managing expenses for several companies in one ERP system, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. With a few simple steps, combined with some custom programming, you can start managing your multi-company expenses in a fraction of the time.
Year end procedures can be a big hassle if you discover a discrepancy. Here's a quick, easy guide for fixing or adjusting a 1099 vendor code or amount.
According to a 2017 survey of Sage customers, accounts payable automation was the most requested new functionality. So it should come as no surprise that Sage recently introduced Sage AP Automation powered by Beanworks. Let’s take a look at this new suite of AP automation features now available for Sage 300c.
When you’re immersed in running your business day to day – particularly when the cash register is ringing – it’s easy to put network security on the back burner. Who wants to worry over a cyber attack that might not even happen? Do you think your small business won’t ever be the victim of a cyber attack? Think again. While big businesses like Yahoo, Target and Equifax have suffered breaches, hackers have small businesses in their cross hairs, too. The numbers don’t lie. Check out these (alarming) statistics: 43% of cyber attacks target small businesses 60% of small businesses that suffer a major breach end up going out of business 50% of small businesses have been the victim of a data breach Unfortunately, it’s not a matter of IF your business will be the victim of a cyber attack, but WHEN.