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Microsoft Offers To Help Unhappy Sage Users

I ran across this blog post the other day called, "Why Sage Sucks". Now usually I don't pay attention to these, since there is always some disgrunted user out there that likes to rant on and on about it. BUT in this case it is different because there so many people who posted comments agreeing with him.

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Which Accounting Software Is Best For You?

Entrepreneur Magazine has a good article called "Which Accounting Software Is Best for You?” The author, Pam Newman, gives details on 7 Quick Tips for choosing the package that’s right for your business. The size of your business. The industry you're in. The components you need. Available support. Financial resources. Professional recommendations. Ease of use. […]

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You Know You Need New Accounting Software – Now What?

At some point the realization hits you that your company needs new accounting software - you can’t put it off any longer. So where do you start? Search the web, ask your friends? How can you find an expert to give you an honest opinion and not just a sales pitch? Check out what one CFO said after his discovery call with CAL Business Solutions: “Thank you for discussing our needs and being straight forward that we might be served better by another partner. Your honesty & integrity are appreciated; it makes me wish that we could have worked together, because I admire these qualities.”

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35 Features Microsoft Dynamics GP Has that QuickBooks Forgot

I read an excellent research report done by J. Carlton Collins, the famous CPA, called "Practical Advice for Companies Outgrowing QuickBooks". It is rare to actually see exact comparison statistics but J. Carlton Collins is well known in the industry and a power user of both systems so I trust his opinion. He reports: As […]

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