Is your Company Outgrowing QuickBooks? 5 Signs It’s Time to Move
QuickBooks is a great accounting solution for very small, order centric businesses. But when your business has an assortment of billing models or recurring revenue, you’ll start to feel some growing pains as invoices and revenue schedules become amplified. We all know that as you grow, it becomes even more important to have the right information in real-time and in the right format. Something QuickBooks wasn’t built to manage.
With QuickBooks, you might be able to stumble along, but you’d be missing out on the benefits that automation could bring, including:
- Speeding quote-to-cash cycles by as much as 30 to 60%
- Freeing thousands to millions in cash for investment
- Shortening your close by as much as 30% to 75%
- Increasing your valuation with more accurate forecasting for making strategic decisions
Check out the White Paper on the “5 Clear Signs that you’re Starting to Outgrow QuickBooks”… you will be happy you did!
From the minute you log in to Sage Intacct, you will see the most up-to-date data so you can know what’s going on with your business. You can also automate a spectrum of consolidation activities, like currency conversions, inter-entity transactions, local tax reporting, and more all with a few clicks.
Here are a few great examples of how switching from Quickbooks changed the way these companies do business:
Laird Management, a family-owned franchisee of Burger King restaurants across Arizona slashed reporting time by 80% by switching to Sage Intacct. Laird Management Controller, Pam Bakker, says, “The ability to run reports any way we like has been a major improvement. We couldn’t easily do a year-over-year comparison with QuickBooks. Now that’s a press of the button in Sage Intacct.”
Cesar Elizondo, Controller at StarCorp, says “The benefits from Sage Intacct have been the real-time data being instantaneous so that we can get the information that we need, and improving workflow processes so you’re not bogged down by day-to-day stuff.”
After just a six-week implementation, Potential Church saw improvements in its accounting processes. “After evaluating several top financial systems, including Microsoft Dynamics, Sage Intacct was the clear choice for us because of its pure cloud approach and seamless best-in-class integration,” explained Potential Church Controller, Reggie Alexis. “The biggest improvement we saw was the speed and accuracy of our monthly financial close, which now takes half the time it did with QuickBooks and is completely trustworthy.”
Take a few minutes and watch the Sage Intacct introductory video, “Outgrowing QuickBooks’ Lack of Multi-entity”. It will show you how to consolidate multiple entities in just minutes, easily create and track transactions for all locations and manage different permissions, giving the right access to the right people!
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