Here’s an article that will help new buyer’s consider some important factors when purchasing a new accounting software program.
Lawyers, accountants, consultants, and other service-based business owners will want to consider using On-Core Time Master to track time and expenses for their clients. You can find a review of Time Master here.
Many small business owners are unaware of the advantages, disadvantages, and options for processing funds electronically. The article Electronic Funds Processing for Small Business Owners will help small business owners with these issues.
InnQuest Software’s roomMaster is a property management solution for hotel and motel operators. Innquest Software has a comprehensive suite of integrated services for property management, which includes basic features that integrate with QuickBooks for small business owners who operate lodging facilities. You can learn more about roomMaster by reading the article InnQuest Software: Hotel and Motel Software.
Many nonprofits, churches, and governmental organizations will need to purchase a fund accounting software application to meet their unique accounting and financial reporting needs. The following checklist may not be an all-inclusive guide, but may be useful in getting a buyer to assess some basic needs to make sure these needs are met. You can find the checklist in the article Fund Accounting Software Checklist.
Aplos Accounting is a fund accounting software program for nonprofits and churches. Aplos accounting is a low-cost, web-based alternative to the popular QuickBooks and Peachtree accounting software programs. You can learn more about the Aplos Accounting in the article Aplos Accounting Fund Accounting Software.
Aplos Accounting is a low cost, web-based accounting software program for churches and nonprofit organizations. You can learn more about Aplos Accounting in the article Web-Based Accounting Software for Churches.