Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a button you could push that would move all of your income tax-related data from Peachtree directly into your accounting professional’s computer or a tax package, sliding it directly onto the correct forms and schedules? Unfortunately, we’re not there yet, but Peachtree desktop software does help you prepare all through the year for April 15 in a variety of ways. Take advantage of those tools, and you’ll find tax prep to be a friendlier, less frantic process.
Archive for January, 2011
Acumatica 2.0 has hit the market and is boasting new functionality and many new enhancements. Tracking fixed assets, computing sales tax, delivering integrated e-commerce, managing shipping activities and improving customer fulfillment has never been so easy. Acumatica 2.0 makes all your business processes both big and small run smoothly and efficiently. Being the first ERP of its king to use the same code for
both SaaS and on-premise applications, 2.0 has revolutionized the business world. Upgrading to 2.0 is not only worth it, it is hassle-free as it bypasses the expense and necessity to re-enter data and upgrade client software.
The growing popularity of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), many Business Management software providers now offer their software in the SaaS format. Recently AccountMate has joined in on the SaaS movement and released their software in the SaaS format. By using a SaaS you minimize your IT infrastructure and the costs of implementation and routine maintenance linked with On-Premise software.SaaS is a feasible option if the remote access strategy is more practical than an on-premise system for your business. AccountMate intuitive user interface is also available in a monthly rental package. This package allows for all your financial data to be stored in a secure environment. Having your data stored in these underground, concrete facilities you can sleep easy knowing your data is safe from fire, flood, theft, natural disasters and available 24/7. By using AccountMate SaaS you can once again focus on your core business and not worry about the overhead of running an internal data center.