by Julie Lubetkin, VP of Strategic Partners,
Wednesday, February 5, 2014

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. 

by Michael Lewis, Guest Blogger,
Monday, January 27, 2014

Michael Lewis is a former business executive who shares tips related to small business, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior.

by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing,
Friday, January 24, 2014

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:

by Julie Lubetkin, VP of Strategic Partners,
Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Anyone who loves the Super Bowl has an inherent respect for the athletes that play in it. To qualify to wear an NFL jersey, players endure complex and science-driven trials that include physicals, body-movement screening, conditioning, proper nutrition and mental preparation. It can take years to develop and train to be a candidate to join a Super Bowl-eligible team. 

by Dan Lind, Vice President, Bank Solutions,
Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Last week, the Banking Platform was recognized by Business Intelligence Group (BIG), along with 16 other solutions, for innovations that “change the way we experience the world”.   Submissions came from around the world and across industries, with a fascinating range of innovations spanning revolutionary tea brewing technology to intelligent door handles.

by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing,
Thursday, January 16, 2014

Has Your Business Optimized its Fraud Prevention Strategy?

by Kathleen Long, Vice President, Customers,
Monday, January 6, 2014

Most resolutions are in the garbage can by February.  But this doesn’t have to be the case.  Here are some thoughts I shared with my team this year, which I’ve used to successfully lose more than 50 pounds in the last 8 months.

Friday, January 3, 2014 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 (2-way sync between and QuickBooks and 1-way sync from Intacct to

by Natasha Dolginsky, Senior Marketing Manager,
Monday, December 30, 2013

Today the business Anelya founded helps other entrepreneurs grow successful enterprises. She and her staff of six provide outsourced Accounting and HR services for more than 80 angel- and VC-funded startups with collective funding of over $150 million, setting up systems and processes to help them scale faster.

by Ellen Gomes, Manager - Social Media,
Monday, December 30, 2013

You can give up checks and paper without giving up control. In fact, a new generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders has discovered that they have actually gained more control.

 “We’ve literally gotten rid of boxes of paperwork which we store online now, so I can access anything I need from anywhere I need to be.” 
Joshua Caulfield, CEO, American Institute of Architecture Students