This summer, we’re kicking off a Women in Technology blog series focusing on some fantastic women in leadership roles here at the Sage Intacct office of Sage. These women come from all walks of life, and are mentors, moms, bosses, and even beekeepers. Their stories and wisdom inspired me, and I trust you’ll find the same.
This profile is with Carmen Cooper, Director of People Operations at Sage Intacct. Here’s what she had to share… Read more >
The USD 5 Trillion global insurance market is going through a massive digital transformation that is redefining customer engagement, processes, and business models. Are you an insurance company, or a financial services firm, taking advantage of these technology innovations to deliver more? More financial insights in real time? More data-based decision-making? More efficiency with continuous consolidations that take just minutes versus weeks? The digital age is bringing definitive change. Are you ready? Read more >
Having the right tool is essential to getting a job done efficiently. Can you imagine trying to play baseball without a bat or cut hair without scissors? If you’re a nonprofit finance leader, you probably have several tools that are essential to maintaining compliance. When it comes to managing revenue, I’d like to talk about one tool Sage Intacct can add to your arsenal—automation. Read more >
Manually piecing together complex products and services into various configuration and pricing options that fit a B2B customer’s unique needs can be time-consuming work for a sales team. That’s a problem when customers expect pricing and options on demand.
And it creates a bottleneck for finance professionals who have to manually input contract data from a CRM application into an accounting system. That not only consumes time, it introduces the risk of data-entry errors that can cascade into bigger problems down the road... Read more >
The next time Siri answers a question for you or Gmail finishes a sentence in your email, you might want to thank Enron. The juggernaut energy company commanded a revenue of more than $1 billion in 2000. Then, due to fraudulent accounting, it filed for bankruptcy a year later. In the wake of its investigation, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released more than 1.5 million Enron emails to the public. Enron has since evolved into a helpful (and free) research tool for computer scientists across the nation. One of its most common uses: training AI. Read more >
Adopting Sage Intacct has transformed accounting and finance at Ruby to be more efficient and a valued strategic partner in business growth, with the robust financial and user controls and security that Alison Heavener, Ruby’s controller, was looking for. Read more >
In early 2019, DonorsChoose.org was named to Fast Company’s 2019 Most Innovative Companies list for the nonprofit sector — a remarkable honor that recognizes nearly two decades of innovation and impact in U.S. public education. And with revenue rising to $140 million in donations to classrooms in 2018, the nonprofit’s success hinges in part on another innovation — its move to the Sage Intacct cloud financial management platform. Read more >
I recently led a best practices webinar on ASC 606. Our panel of ASC 606 experts shared fantastic insights that would benefit growing subscription and SaaS companies who haven’t yet tackled or are still struggling to comply with the accounting, financial reporting, and revenue recognition from ASC 606. Let me introduce the panelists and share a few of the fantastic insights from the discussion. Read more >