Change. For some people, it can be a dirty word. Change means adjustment, radical re-thinking and perspective shifts – all daunting thoughts for an industry such as accounting that is based on risk mitigation and regulations compliance.
Many articles tout the financial savings and ROI of moving from paper checks to electronic payments (ACH). How large is that number for your business? A previous blog postdetailed the costs of using checks. This blog post will discuss the the costs of using ACH and the calculation of ROI.
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Nearly $10 per check. That is what market researchers estimate to be the cost of issuing paper checks. Contrast that with the roughly $1 per transaction for electronic payments (ACH). On the surface, that difference should catapult the migration from all paper checks to ACH to the top of your business priorities. But before you do, consider three critical questions:
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Bill.com customer have always enjoyed very tight integration with QuickBooks and Intacct, including the ability to synchronize general ledger accounts, vendors, and departments (if you are using departments) between those products and Bill.com (2-way sync between Bill.com and QuickBooks and 1-way sync from Intacct to Bill.com).
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