This is the second topic in Intacct's blog series on Best Practice Trends for Nonprofits. Sustainable funding is critical to your organization as you scale and plan for the future. It’s easy to get used to traditional types of funding – and become dependent on them. Most nonprofits are heavily – or even fully – dependent on philanthropy. Philanthropy alone is no longer sustainable for most growing nonprofit organizations. Developing a sustainable funding strategy should be a priority as you budget, plan, and prepare for the future.
Believe it or not, your company is about to be part of an enormous wave of change in the next few years.
That’s because, if you’re like most small and medium sized businesses, you’re likely using an on-premise accounting application. And most likely that on-premise solution is QuickBooks. QuickBooks is by far the most popular accounting application for SMBs and deservedly so – it’s full featured, easy to use and well supported by Intuit.
Intacct is kicking off a multi-part blog series that will focus on trends and related best practices for strengthening the health, influence, and sustainability for nonprofit organizations. With data, research studies, and thought leadership commanding attention for everything from outcome measures to competition for funding, Intacct will help you boil down the basics to simplify your focus and planning. They’ll start with the hot topic of outcome measures, and then follow that up with posts covering funding flexibility, scalability, and automation.
Are you outgrowing your existing financial system? It probably worked well when you had a single location, but if you now running a multi-entity business, your business structure becomes more complex. As you grow, your transaction volumes and data increases, and keeping separate data files for different entities becomes more labor intensive. Your time is valuable, and you need a scalable solution that controls risks.
Intacct, a leader in cloud financial management and accounting software, announced on Nov. 25 that its CEO, Robert Reid, has been named the #1 CEO on GrowthCap’s list of the Top 25 CEO’s in Financial Technology.
The GrowthCap list of top CEOs includes executives who have mastered the art of building and scaling complex, secure financial technology solutions. Reid’s ranking was based on Intacct’s outstanding revenue growth, dominance in the field, capital raised, and his overall career performance.
Yesterday, Nov. 11th, Intacct and American Express announced a new partnership that will allow midsize businesses to set up and use American Express Global Corporate Payments products, as well as manage and improve their supplier payments, within the Intacct cloud financial system.
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Southfield, Michigan - October 9, 2014 — Alta Vista Technology (AVT), a leading technology consulting firm focused on providing business management solutions, announced today a partnership with Intacct, the leading provider of cloud financial management and accounting software. As an Intacct business partner, AVT will sell, implement, support, and develop enhancements for Intacct’s award-winning cloud financial applications. AVT, a top Microsoft Dynamics partner in Michigan, is aligning with Intacct in response to increased demand for cloud computing-based applications from its prospects and clients.