Monthly Archives: October 2013

Do You Know Your Business Vitals?

On a doctor’s visit, the first thing the nurse does is take your vitals: your temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiration rate. These basic measurements are the first place doctors look to see if something is wrong with our health. Continue reading

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Save Time with More and Powerful Features in Enterprise Solutions V14

Our last article focused on Pro/Premier. However, features I’m most excited about this year are in Enterprise Solutions. In fact, a couple have been on my wish list for quite some time, so I’m happy to finally see them in the software (job costing, customizing expense columns and price breaks based on quantities). Continue reading

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Five Fall Projects to Refresh Your Financial Results

As we move into the fall season and the final quarter of the year, it’s a perfect time to commit to a project in your business that will help you reach the year’s end in better shape. Here are five ideas: Continue reading

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More Power and Ease of Use with QuickBooks 2014

While I have not had this version long, nor have I moved my data yet, I’m excited about many of the new features this year, especially in Enterprise Solutions. This version seems to address several pain points that have been issues for quite some time – some big, some small. But lots of small ones can add up to maybe making this a worthwhile upgrade. This article focuses on Pro/Premier. We’ll discuss Enterprise next time. Continue reading

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