LBMC Technologies has been named to the Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 VARs for 2014. The Top 100 resellers are chosen from organizations specializing in the sale and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting software. (more…)
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Please join us on Thursday, July 11, 2013, at 10 AM CST for a webinar entitled Cloud Financials for Healthcare Organizations featuring two panelists that have migrated financial systems in healthcare companies: Kim Rowlett of HealthTech Holdings, and Carrie Daniels, B2B CFO.
This free webinar, sponsored by LBMC Technologies and InterDyn, will demonstrated benefits and features of cloud financial systems including:
- Report on real-time customized information across facilities or doctors
- Decrease lost revenue from bad debts with patients and third party payers
- Improve financial reporting and business visibility, while benchmarking industry metrics like revenue and profit per bed, facility or doctor
- Eliminate painful consolidation reporting across multiple facilities using spreadsheets
In its second annual benchmark study, the Cloud Accounting Institute polled business leaders across the U.S. to learn about their current and future intended use of cloud software solutions.
Cloud adoption status, key expected benefits of cloud solutions, key concerns about cloud solutions, expectations of cloud solutions, and integration are all topics covered by the annual study.
In addition, the 2013 benchmark study identifies cloud technology best practices, outlook, and identifies emerging trends.
Software Advice is offering a good resource for businesses looking to evaluate on-premise or software-as-a-service (SaaS) systems. The Total Cost of Ownership Calculator lets you analyze the total cost of ownership (TCO) for an on-premise software system and a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) system.
Populate the tool with data for categories such as licenses and subscription, installation and set-up, customization and integration, data migration, training, maintenance and support, hardware, other costs. These factors all contribute to your TCO.
As an example, the License & Subscription fields are pictured below.
Intacct Flex Reporting empowers your finance organization to understand and manage what’s important to your unique business by tracking not just financial metrics, but your key business metrics too. Cloud-based Flex Reporting delivers complete and accurate information without the burden of extra costs, external tools, and IT effort.
How can Flex Reporting benefit your business? Below are three benefits of using Flex Reporting including visibility, accuracy, and high quality information, followed by a product demo!
Extend your cloud solutions by delivering preconfigured integrations between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct with IntegratorPlus.
IntegratorPlus is a subcription-based cloud solutions built on the Microsoft Azure Platform that allows users to harness the power of both Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct. Critical data, such as customer, customer address, inventory, pricing, sales order, and sales invoice information, can be transferred so that updates in one systems will instantly update the other.
Managing the volumes of unstructured information your business generates and uses everyday can be a challenge for any size business. A whitepaper from M-Files called, Easy Document Management: A Guide to Benefits, Features, and Selection, shared details about how to manage those volumes of information, document management. Below we will share basic information about document management, including the purpose of document management, essential components, and long-term value. For more advanced or in-depth information, view the full whitepaper.
Scott Cornelisen joins LBMC Technologies, LLC as a Senior Software Developer with over 10 years of experience in the development of custom software and data base administration. His areas of expertise include Microsoft.Net development, MVC, Java Script and SQL DBA experience. He spent the past 5 years at Waller Associates law firm as a network developer and SQL Data Base Administrator. Prior to Waller, Scott worked in the retail and restaurant industries providing software solutions.
Originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Scott attended Iowa State University. In his free time Scott enjoys spending time with his wife of 19 years, Wendy, traveling or enjoying the great outdoors. Scott is also an avid golfer and runner.
“Scott is a great addition to our company as he has vast experience working with a variety of clients,” said David Reynolds, Partner of LBMC Technologies, LLC. “His strong technical and software development skills strengthen LBMC’s ability to help our client’s be successful in the development of technology solutions.”
How do Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM stack up? SharePoint is an enterprise platform for many different information applications and uses. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is also a powerful enterprise application. So, which is most appropriate for your business needs?
When comparing the two applications, it is important to take the strengths of each product into consideration. The strengths will be applicable to your needs. Below we will share the similarities, the strengths, and how they can be deployed together.
If you are using QuickBooks you are like a lot of small businesses. QuickBooks is one of the most popular small business accounting applications. However, as your company surpasses entry level, you may face a variety of challenges as you hit the limits of QuickBooks functionality. When do you know you’ve outgrown QuickBooks?
A whitepaper called, The Hidden Cost of QuickBooks, details 4 bottlenecks of QuickBooks, the hidden costs of continuing to use QuickBooks, evaluates available alternatives, and compares the cost of the status quo with the benefits of switching. Below we will share the 4 main bottlenecks of QuickBooks that indicate it may be time to upgrade your financial management software.