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How Many Spreadsheets Do You Use To Track The Information You Need?

How many spreadsheets do you use to track the information you need?

Most companies have multitudes of spreadsheets, with all kinds of information – from special calculations, sortable/searchable lists, data that you turn into graphs and pivot tables.

Spreadsheets can easily get out of control – soon you are spending more time manually entering data and searching for the data you need.  You quickly become inefficient and your processes become cumbersome and overwhelming.

Let’s take a look at how we can have all our data in one place, but still have the flexibility to view it any way we might want:

If you would like to see more ways that we have helped businesses to streamline their processes – thereby saving money and adding to their bottom line – I would like to personally invite you to our weekly distribution webinar that we have on Thursdays at 10:00AM (CST).  Currently the webinar is designed to speak to the distribution industry, but many of our best practices can be incorporated for businesses in virtually any industry.  So come check out our informative, 30-minute webinar, and see if we are a good fit for help your company too.

Our webinar will address challenges that most companies face.

If you are ready to correct inefficient processes, which ultimately affect profits, you’ll definitely want to be on this webinar.
Our goal is to empower you with proven solutions that positively impact the way you run your business.
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We help companies make more money through improved enterprise software automation. We use bundled industry best practices to keep costs down, reduce project risk, reduce system complexity, and give clients predictability of the timeline for final results.

Helen Jones

Helen has a diverse accounting background of over 20 years, giving her a unique viewpoint when discussing ERP systems – she’s been there before, and walked in those shoes. The majority of her experience falls into the project accounting/job costing arena, with additional insight into energy compliance services, litigation consulting services, furniture manufacturing, and account management. Helen made the transition from software end user to assisting clients with software decisions in 2015 and really enjoys the interactions with customers. She can confidently advise clients on Cloud & On-Premise products, business Insights tools, explosive growth strategies, and all aspects of accounting software differentiators.

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