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Managing Resistance to Paperless ERP: What to Do When Paper-Lovers Won’t Fold

Peek into the foundations of any long-established business, and the likely discovery is it has been built on paper. Accounts payable (AP) departments traditionally have been especially dependent on paper for invoices and accompanying documentation – with elaborate entry and approval processes designed for a paper-based world. Over the past quarter century, Microsoft Dynamics and other ERP platforms clearly have transformed the way AP operates; yet, despite the availability of paperless document management systems that integrate with ERP, many employees within and outside the accounting function have been reluctant to relinquish the paper.

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CRM & Email Marketing Options

It is easy to be confused in the world of internet marketing. For non-technical individuals, email-marketing can be difficult to understand and hard to keep up with. Add business marketing and daily changes – it is not unusual to be lost in all the options.

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Physical Inventory

A physical inventory consists of manually counting each item and comparing it to the quantity in the inventory system. The actual count is used to correct inventory quantities, identify necessary inventory adjustments and investigate variances. Once a count is completed, the available inventory and value are recalculated. Inventory is commonly taken at the end of the fiscal year. Some companies may take inventory more often or take cycle counts based on movement or value.

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Customer Feature: Biologics, Inc. – Oncology Care Management

Biologics, Inc. is an oncology services company that empowers healthcare providers, payers, and biopharma to optimize cancer care for the best possible outcomes – clinical, financial and emotional.

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Compliance Conundrum: Three Strategies for Meeting Today’s Compliance Challenges Head-On

The employment-related tax, human resource, and payroll compliance landscape is becoming increasingly complex. In 2012 alone, there were 17,000 proposed tax rule changes across 10,000 unique tax jurisdictions*. With this volume of change, finance executives are challenged to find sufficient resources and expertise to fuel effective compliance processes – particularly since rising regulatory demands coincide with stagnating budgets.

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