Savvy business owners are always looking for ways to improve the bottom line, be it through broad-cuts, or lasered approaches, such as updating their on-premise accounting software to help control expenses.
Opinions run the gamut when choosing the right software. It’s up to stakeholders, IT and department heads to corral the best software for further vetting. But underscoring this process is the fear of future workflow disruptions, customer service issues, not to mention misconceptions about the implementation process..
Too often, business owners react to market conditions to finally make changes because they simply feel they must in order to survive.
Today, when it comes to changing, upgrading or replacing accounting software, a big concern is giving up their on-premise programs as a Quickbooks Alternative.
As Gene Marks, a Forbes contributor, points out in his take on “Why Your Company May Dump QuickBooks This Year,” it’s not a matter of if, but when SMBs will make a changeover with cloud-based systems taking top billing:
“…if you’re like most small and medium sized businesses, you’re likely using an on-premise accounting application. And most likely that on-premise solution is QuickBooks…(but)it’s inevitable that you’re going to replace your on-premise QuickBooks system for something cloud-based.”
SMBs no longer need to ‘start over’ every few years with their accounting software.
Microsoft Dynamics ERP platform provides a scalable, Web-based program (SaaS) that allows users to monitor company data in real-time. In addition, the suite streamlines automation of back office procedures for quicker data entry and more reliable financials reports.