Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Need improved SAP business performance? CIOs can benefit by starting with core systems.

Think it is easy being a CIO these days? Perhaps more than any CXO role, the chief information officer is coping with significant ‘new’ business challenges. Rapidly evolving technologies, an increasingly mobile workforce and pressure from internal groups to launch their own applications are just a few of the drivers jeopardizing overall business performance.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Running A Successful Online Business

Is likely that you have heard some of the success stories about those whom starting an Internet business in the past. This is not only something that is possible in the past, it is also possible for you to have a successful Internet business if you do things right in the present as well.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

How To Prioritize Your Business Data

There are many ways for you to optimize your business and the data that you are using. One important thing for you to consider, however, is the way that you are handling invoices and the delivery of the products to your client.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Improve Productivity and Increase Profit

There are certain things that can be done in any large business to help improve productivity and increase how much profit you are making. One of the things that you need to consider, however, is the fact that changes must be made on occasion and at times, large changes must be made.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Bill Payment is Changing—Is Your Accounts Receivable Process Ready?

The seismic shift in payment media witnessed over the last five years is picking up steam. Paper checks—those documents for which the banking industry has developed a decades-old lockbox solution—are becoming a thing of the past.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Meeting SOX Act Requirements

It is also important for you to consider the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) requirements and what they may mean for your company. How can your accounts payables control section meet those requirements had on?

Monday, July 15, 2013

How Cash Application Work

Although there is some confusion as to what cash applications in accounts receivable means, it is fairly simple to understand. The cash application process is one that allows any payments that are received by your customers to be applied to the open receivables in your accounting process.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

How To Choose The Right Software For Your Business

It doesn't matter what type of software you are using in your business, you need to make sure that it is working efficiently and helping your business to save time. When you consider the fact that all of us use software and computers in our business practices, it is no surprise that there are many options that are currently available when it comes to those software suites.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Ensuring A Smooth Business Operation

One of the key factors that many of us consider in our businesses is the bottom line. Although it certainly is a good idea to make sure that your business is profitable, there are also many other considerations that you should keep in mind as well.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

The Business Case for Data Archiving

In ERP systems there are great volumes of data that need to be tamed so that it can be sorted, arranged and presented. But in ERP systems, the data is more complicated and how to manage it can get dicey depending on the stakeholders involved and their requirements. For corporate databases, growth must be kept in check or it becomes unmanageable. And, for those using the data, it must be available instantly whenever and wherever it is needed.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

What is Cash Applications in Accounts Receivable?

The accounting department in your business takes care of many vital services. One of those is keeping track of SAP account receivables, allowing the money that is owed to you and paid by your customers to be applied in your accounting ledger properly.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

How Account Payables Control Processes by Meeting SOX Act Requirements

There are numerous aspects that need to be considered with any business in order to keep it up and running and to ensure that there are as few problems as possible. Among those different aspects is the accounting process, something that can either work in your favor or maybe one of the biggest problems that your company faces.