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No, you’ll never run out all of the Intuit QuickBooks functions and features… …. but here are some pointers on tools that extend QuickBooks’ usefulness – and save you time. Zero In On Key QuickBooks Report Figures You’ve undoubtedly created reports that were so lengthy that you got tired of scrolling up and down to […]

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Accountants and Clients Online: Who Owns What Data? Joanie Mann is a recognized authority in the areas of ISV cloud enablement and ASP service delivery.   While mobile smart device support and remote access to applications and data is becoming a standard requirement for most businesses today, the “online” working model goes a long way […]

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Join the experts at the Sleeter Group along with accounting and software solution leaders and your peers for a day of education, technology best practices, expert advice, and networking.  ———————- The Small Business Technology Road Show is a showcase of the latest accounting technologies that will highlight a broad range of small business solutions. Learn […]

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Paper documents, prehistoric faxes, and other modes of antiquated  correspondence are wholly outmoded in 2012. In fact, many Web-based services can help you reduce or even eliminate your use clumsy and ecologically unfriendly handling of paper, but is making the transition worth the challenge? Very possibly YES. Here are four benefits of going paperless from Kathryn Hawkins at Intuit Small […]

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Cloud Accounting? Maybe you’ve heard, “you could use a QuickBooks hosting solution” and didn’t know what it meant or if it even applied to your business. Or, maybe you have multiple locations and need everyone working in a centralized QuickBooks data environment and doing it as simply as possible? AN EASY WAY TO VISUALIZE QUICKBOOKS […]

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Cloud9 Real Time has been honored with the 2012 Reader’s Choice Award by CPA Practice Advisor for favorite accounting ASP/Hosted Solution Provider. The new category of SaaS Accountant Solution Provider saw Cloud9 Real Time garner nearly 33% of the vote and trump the 2nd and 3rd place providers by over 10% of total readers polled. […]

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The business accounting field is one of the slowest sectors to seize upon advantages of the emerging technologies. And many company owners are skeptical about having their finances managed in the cloud.* *See the highly-rated eDashboard Solution “Even in-house accounting systems are not invincible to damages or catastrophes. But technology has changed the business process […]

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Kacee Johnson, at her Cloud9 Real Time Blog, recently summarized a talk by accounting tech guru Doug Sleeter of Sleeter Group. Sleeter makes some excellent points about the future of Cloud Accounting, the breathtaking pace of new add-ons that enhance QuickBooks and other accounting applications, and whether you and your firm have what it takes […]

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In 2019, your law (or accounting) practice will use cloud accounting, a paperless office, and the iPad-10. But those won’t be the biggest changes to how you run your practice. Instead, the biggest difference will be in the way you value and price what you sell. And before you can make that change, you have to […]

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Much has been made in recent years regarding the growth of cloud accounting and computing. Simply stated, ‘cloud computing’ is the practice of storing information and applications online instead of a local computer or office server. Here at Catalyst QuickBooks and Enterprise  Solutions we increasingly utilize Cloud9 Real Time for hosting Intuit accounting and tax […]

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Editor’s Note: Our designated cloud accounting technology provider Cloud9 Real Time presented at Sleeter  QuickBooks alternatives and cloud-based accounting were the main themes of Doug Sleeter’s opening keynote address at the Sleeter Group annual conference in Las Vegas recently. Sleeter stressed how the profession is clearly moving in new directions and accountants need to think about changing how […]

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