Published By: Prophix
Published Date: May 31, 2016
Financial consolidation is a process that is usually used to aggregate financial results from multiple legal entities and to make adjustments to the results. However, many financial professionals regard it as a necessary evil that can be handled either in a “hit and miss” way using spreadsheets or comprehensively with software that can handle extremely complex situations but that is also expensive. Prophix provides a third alternative that is easy to use, has a low cost of ownership and is attractive to mid-market companies.
If you need better reporting, more automation, tighter internal controls, and greater visibility into your operations, it may be time to switch to a new accounting system.
If you're like most small businesses, you've been using QuickBooks to manage your company's financials. It's well known. It's easy. It works. And it offers the functionality a business needs when it's starting out.
But if your business has moved beyond the entry level, you may find you're doing more outside of QuickBooks—which is affecting your organization's productivity.
If you need better reporting, more automation, tighter internal controls, and greater visibility into your operations, it may be time to switch to a new accounting system. How can you be sure?
Discover why now's the time to graduate to a new financial management and accounting system.
"Managing your company's financials is the backbone of your business and is vital to the long-term health and viability of your company.
To continue applying the necessary financial rigor to support rapid growth, you need the right tools to most efficiently achieve this. Read this white paper to understand the 10 essentials of a complete financial management system and how the right solution can help you keep up with the rapidly changing business world.
Published By: Webroot
Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
Webroot conducted research on web security in the US and the UK. As remote users expand the security perimeter, the majority of companies reported significant effects in the form of increased help desk time, reduced employee productivity and disruption of business activities. The impacts of web-borne attacks are also more severe for companies with employees who have remote access to the corporate network or other corporate online resource via their laptops, tablets or smartphones.
• 90% of companies agree that managing the security of remote users is extremely challenging
• Twice as many companies with remote users reported Web-borne attacks by criminals, which compromised the security of customer data
• 50% of firms with remote users say web-borne attacks impacted company financials