We asked accountants what they read to help their business and what they read for fun. This is what they had to say. Can you guess what the most popular site for accountants is?
Our February product release has improvements for the Bill.com Network, credit memos, and payments. Thanks for all the feedback from our valued customers.
Following a great 2014, we’re off to the races in the New Year!
Innovative CPA firm, Hawkins Cloward & Simister, uses Bill.com scale their successful firm. They also explain how to attract top talent, find new clients, use social media tools like LinkedIn to bring in business, and create a work culture that is fun and innovative.
If you learn how to build an employee growth culture, you will retain more of your best employees. To understand how people learn, we need to look at Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy. Khan knows people learn by solving problems. He's helped them solve more than 3 billion problems.
Thanks to the lessons I learned from mom, my business, Bill.com, now generates more than half of our sales from customer referrals. It consistently gets online product review scores showing 5/5 stars, and it has some of the highest customer satisfaction scores in the industry. Here are five things you can do to improve the online reputation of both you and your company.
Here's some usage tips from recent product reviews.
- Bill.com reduced the time for accounts payable from 8 hours a week to 2 to 3 hours a week
- Our new FastPay service makes payments even better
- Bill.com helps CPA firms move their clients to online accounting
- Create a paperless office by storing all documents in Bill.com
- Manage the audit trail with Bill.com
Here are 25 books, movies, and TV shows that members of our partner and customer community, Bill.com Insiders, recommend. There's a cross-section of learning and entertainment. Your peers in Bill.com Insiders are business owners, accountants and bookkeepers. Most people have an entrepreneurial mindset. They're innovators in accounting, moving their business to cloud accounting. Often, they deal with a high volume of bills to pay, are looking...
Great leaders develop great teams, tackle tough problems, break things, and still have fun. Here are three things that I learned from Bill Campell chairman of Intuit and Scott Cook, founder of Intuit. They freed up their time to take on new challenges. If you see yourself doing these three things, you know that you're becoming an extraordinary leader.