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Intacct Corp
Founded in 1999, Intacct provides on-demand financial management and accounting applications for businesses and certified public accountant (CPA) firms. From

financial accounting dictionary  1999, Intacct provides on-demand financial management and accounting applications for businesses and certified public accountant (CPA) firms. From startups to public companies, Intacct has over 30,000 users across more than 3,000 businesses. Intacct is headquartered in San Jose, California (US). Read More

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Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part One: 1960s--Pre-Computer Era
Knowing the history and evolution of enterprise applications is essential to understanding their current use and future developments. Each step in the evolution

financial accounting dictionary  as the inventory moves, financial accounting moves with it—in duplicate—with balanced credits and debits. After all, the principles of checks and balances and of double entry bookkeeping were established by old Venetians. Available information technology (IT) now had the power and was affordable enough to track this inventory movement and financial activity. As a result, the basic programs for manufacturing were integrated into one package using a common database that could be accessed by all users. Read More
Intacct
Intacct Accounting On Demand is an integrated accounting solution. It features the following core and specialized applications: General Ledger, Accounts

financial accounting dictionary  Retirement Services (through Principal Financial Services, Inc., solutions), and True Multi-Entity Accounting (via Intacct’s patent-pending M-Console). Read More
ERP: Origins, Developments, and Trends
ERP first developed as a form of inventory control and later grew to link disparate bodies of information together from across the enterprise. Now, ERP

financial accounting dictionary  the shop floor. Keeping financial tabs on the coming and going of inventory, the labor and overhead involved, and the revenue generated from the delivery was also necessary. Manufacturing resource planning (MRPII) attempted to integrate business planning, sales, support, and other functions together so they could work in concert. By the nineties, each functional area also saw the benefits of computerized tracking and planning. With computers being more common and affordable and programming more Read More
Managing Demand: Considerations for the Chemicals Industry
Enterprise systems have brought many benefits to chemical environments, but for individual enterprises, gaining these benefits requires selecting a solution

financial accounting dictionary  planners can see the financial impact of every decision, whether major or minor. Better Business-to-plant Links There are some cross-industry capabilities that are especially pertinent here as well. The chemicals industry may be the one that has the most recently realized the need for better business-to-plant (B2P) links, to achieve more predictable product supply and deliveries, more agile manufacturing processes, and a reduction in manufacturing costs (see The Importance of Plant-level Systems ). Read More
Financial Mobility-Balancing Security and Success
No financial services company can afford to relax when it comes to IT security. Banks, investment firms, and insurance providers must follow government

financial accounting dictionary  Security and Success No financial services company can afford to relax when it comes to IT security. Banks, investment firms, and insurance providers must follow government regulations, to ensure a secure environment for processing, storing, and transmitting credit card information. At the same time, most companies need mobile technology to compete. Know how to provide financial services mobility while ensuring that no breaches occur? Read more. Read More
Customer Process Management Drives Profitability in Financial Services
As competition in the financial sector increases, many financial services providers are seeking ways to improve customer service and profitability through

financial accounting dictionary  Management Drives Profitability in Financial Services As competition in the financial sector increases, many financial services providers are seeking ways to improve customer service and profitability through process efficiency. By developing rich integration between customer data and allowing that data to be managed by the business users, customer process management (CPM) enables financial services organizations to adapt to changing market demands and maximize their competitive edge. Read More
Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
In Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution, learn how a unified, closed-loop performance management system...

financial accounting dictionary  Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution Virtually all businesses produce plans and budgets—and then measure company progress against objectives. But high-performing companies go a step further by employing an enterprise performance management (EPM) solution to measure, manage, and monitor performance. In Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution , Read More
Case Study: Financial Services Industry
The company is a financial services group with operations in banking, investment management and insurance. To maintain the profitability of its credit card

financial accounting dictionary  Study: Financial Services Industry The company is a financial services group with operations in banking, investment management and insurance. To maintain the profitability of its credit card business, the company maintains vast amounts of customer information. However, its Excel­based tools lack functionality. Learn how a business intelligence (BI) solution can help the company increase its customer base and derive greater profits from existing customers. Read More
TEC 2013 Market Survey Report: What Organizations Want in Accounting and Financial Software
Looking for an accounting and financial solution? This report can help you spot trends in the accounting and financial software space. See what your peers and

financial accounting dictionary  Want in Accounting and Financial Software Looking for an accounting and financial solution? This report can help you spot trends in the accounting and financial software space. See what your peers and competitors are looking for in those solutions, so you can develop a good understanding of what accounting and financial software vendors offer, what other companies have identified as important requirements, and what functionality might be a good fit for your company. Read More
Employee Fraud within Financial Services
Financial service institutions spend thousands of dollars every year on securing their networks from external breaches, but often fail to think about possible

financial accounting dictionary  Fraud within Financial Services Financial service institutions spend thousands of dollars every year on securing their networks from external breaches, but often fail to think about possible internal threats. Employee fraud has become a growing problem in the financial sector—one that many institutions are not fully prepared to handle. Implementing automated detection technologies, however, can be their first line of defense to eradicating this problem. Read More
Data Pro Accounting Software
Data Pro Accounting Software, Inc., privately owned, is based in St. Petersburg, Florida and was originally incorporated in June of 1985. The goal of the

financial accounting dictionary  Pro Accounting Software Data Pro Accounting Software, Inc., privately owned, is based in St. Petersburg, Florida and was originally incorporated in June of 1985. The goal of the corporation has always been to develop and market a full line of accounting software products for a wide range of market segments, on a broad spectrum of operating systems environments such as DOS, Windows and UNIX. Read More
Spotfire Financial Analytics
Spotfire provides visual analytics software for the financial industry. Spotfire Financial Analytics gives users the ability to visually interact with their

financial accounting dictionary  Financial Analytics Spotfire provides visual analytics software for the financial industry. Spotfire Financial Analytics gives users the ability to visually interact with their data, asking questions to reveal hidden patterns and biases. Users can easily change views, filters, and queries. Users can share sessions with colleagues or export them to applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat. Read More
The Rising Financial Importance of Service
For the Best-in-Class, service is a profit center and a competitive differentiator. As a result, these organizations are yielding soaring financial results

financial accounting dictionary  Rising Financial Importance of Service For the Best-in-Class, service is a profit center and a competitive differentiator. As a result, these organizations are yielding soaring financial results. Download this infographic from the Aberbeen Group and see how organizations can win by providing best-in-class service to their customers. Read More
2011 Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software
Learn more about theadvantages of the new generation of finance and accounting systems in The 2011 Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software...

financial accounting dictionary  your organization using antiquated financial and accounting software? The answer is likely yes. Virtually every major financial and accounting solution can trace its roots to the late 1980s transition from DOS to Windows. Modern finance and accounting systems are now designed for today's Internet-driven, always-on, always-connected, fast-changing world. Learn more about the advantages of the new generation of finance and accounting systems in The 2011 Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software , Read More

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