Tax compliance. It is one of those tasks that can drive your accounting department or bookkeeper bonkers. It’s also an unavoidable, statutory requirement. Undoubtedly you have developed a process that works, but do you know how that process will hold up in an audit? [Read more...]
Independently, Contact Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions provide enormous benefit in growing and maintaining a business. On the surface, they are vastly different solutions, serving very different purposes. While CRM is an “outbound” solution helping in handling customer accounts, enabling you to provide personalized attention to clients, and managing resource needs out to that organization, ERP systems track business resources within your organization such as cash, raw materials, and production capacity as well as the status of business commitments such as orders, purchase orders, and payroll. It’s easy to see why traditionally CRM and ERP systems have been considered separate solutions. [Read more...]
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. [Read more...]
Team members are finally able to reign in Big Data themselves with self-service business intelligence tools such as Power BI, and Ken Raetz is teaching them how.
Raetz’s article, “Five tips to get started with big data” was featured in this week’s Nashville Business Journal. In it, Raetz gives sound advice for breaking the Big Data issue into smaller pieces to prioritize getting valuable information from so much data.
LBMC and its family of companies has been named one of Nashville Business Journal’s “2014 Best Places to Work.”
While we here at LBMC Technologies know what a pleasure it is to work for a great company with high morals and ethics, it’s nice to see that fact recognized publicly. [Read more...]
LBMC Technologies’ Jeff McCorpin’s article “Key ways self-service intelligence helps” was recently published in Nashville Business Journal’s February 14, 2014 edition. The piece explores five reasons decision-makers should use self-service business intelligence (BI) in order to make more informed decisions regarding their organization. Self-service BI allows team members to consume and analyze large amounts of data.
International Data Corporation (IDC) recently released their 2014 Information Technology (IT) spending predictions. The report highlights over $2.1 trillion to be spent in 2014, with big data technologies and services expected to grow by 30% in 2014 (surpassing $14 billion in spending)! As a business owner, you’re watching your IT costs rise, and you wonder how investing in big data technologies will create results in your organization.
LBMC Technologies’ own Ken Raetz will be presenting at the next TDWI (The Data Warehouse Institute) meeting next Wednesday, February 12th. TDWI is the premier source for Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing. If you work in this area, you will want to be there! [Read more...]
LBMC Technologies is proud to announce our own Will Harvey is the organizer for the new Nashville Modern Excel User Group, whose kickoff meeting is coming up February 20th. [Read more...]
There are more than 100 Dynamics CRM Sessions at Convergence 2014!
Microsoft has gone all out to make sure you leverage your CRM investment by providing more than 100 informative Dynamics CRM sessions at Convergence 2014. So plan ahead in order to be strategic! [Read more...]