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Business Management and Process Consulting Blog

How financial accounting solutions help Faith based organizations

Posted by Keith Greeno on July 20, 2020 at 9:30 AM


Today's economic environment is certainly a major challenge for faith-based organization to navigate and survive. Which direction do you move? What do you adjust to maintain the delivery of critical services with reduced revenue and funding? How do we provide for increasing demand for transparency and accountability, while seeking ways to both produce and to demonstrate successful outcomes?

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Topics: Automation, Budgeting, Budget Vs Actual, Sage Intacct, Financial Accounting, Faith Based, Reporting, Dashboards, Dimensions, Approvals, Visibility, Integration, Dimensional Accounting, Purchase Order Workflow



First Nations - Moving from Good to Great

Posted by Keith Greeno on July 8, 2020 at 10:30 AM


Many First Nations organizations we talk to are moving to a strategy based on outcome metrics that drive their organization toward greatness.  The traditional focus of service delivery is changing to include significant business operations.  Indigenous leaders must not only think about making a difference in their communities, but being competitive in business with the world.

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Topics: Sage Intacct, Non-Profit Reporting, First Nations



How Small Is Too Small For Construction Software

Posted by Keith Greeno on June 24, 2020 at 7:00 PM


How small is too small for construction software?

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Topics: Project Management, Productivity, Construction, Business Process, Technology, Guiding Great Businesses, Construction Technology, Mobility, Construction Software, Project Costing, Construction Reporting, technology best practices, small business



Leveraging Technology & The Cloud

Posted by Rob Greeno on June 10, 2020 at 7:00 AM


Historically, it is easy to see how technology has been adopted and how it has fundamentally changed a lot of key business practices around us. From the first commercial use of technology in an 1890 United States census (Source) to the mass adoption of Steve Job’s iPhone, technology has always pushed the limits of what is considered possible and opened our eyes to further opportunities. Today, that same sentiment still exists.

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Topics: Productivity, Construction, Consulting, Employee Engagement, Business Process, Non-Profit, Automation, Technology, Guiding Great Businesses, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Service



Battling the pandemic on the Cloud

Posted by Rob Greeno on May 27, 2020 at 10:54 AM


Running a business is never easy. When dealing with a global health concern, this difficulty rapidly expands and forces many business owners to adapt in order to survive. We have seen many changes made by business owners and have helped many others transition towards a system which allows organizations to become more efficient – even in such trying times.

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Topics: Productivity, Consulting, Employee Engagement, Business Process, Non-Profit, Automation, Technology, Guiding Great Businesses, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Service



Moving Forward

Posted by Keith Greeno on April 20, 2020 at 1:00 PM


 

There is an old quote in business that says, “even if you are on the right track you will get run over if you are standing still”. In these challenging and uncertain times this is still very much true. If we stop moving forward as a business and all steps to improve, we will be faced with the huge force of inertia when trying to start up again. By standing still, will we lose talented employees and risk losing our share of the market to the competition who likely isn’t standing still? What can we do to keep moving forward? How do we keep our employees, customers and vendors safe during this pandemic? The logical answer to these questions, I believe, is through technology and using it effectively to your advantage.

At Asyma Solutions we have been championing the use of the web, remote access and effective automation in businesses for many years.

For construction companies this involves real time field and other data collection with project management access. The field staff are not required to manually prepare daily field reports, safety documents, employee or equipment time and then deliver them to the office administration.

For non-profit organizations and other types of businesses, technology allows for anytime access to management information from anywhere and provide field data collection for health care or other field staff. How does this help? You can continue to work with limited contact to others but maintain complete access to your information to effectively management your organization/business.

But what happens if you have a small business system like QuickBooks/Sage 50 or are not using a system currently that will allow for that type of access and functionality? The question then becomes, is your glass half empty or half full? We prefer to believe that the glass is half full. In business, we are all used to the continuous changing situations and issues both economic and social. This pandemic will eventually pass and go away. What can you do now?  The answer again is technology. Things have slowed down and you finally have some time to breath for a change. You have employees who are home, likely bored and looking for something productive to do. Why not keep moving forward and start looking at working on your business instead of in your business?

Our team at Asyma Solutions believes in using technology and have been promoting it to our customers for years. We utilize this technology ourselves through remote conferencing and hosted system access capabilities. We can provide hosting or full cloud accounting solutions like Sage Intacct to streamline operations.

The biggest issues and problems with implementing a new system and the related procedures involves the lack of time and focus of the customers internal staff. With the current situation the whole world is facing, contact and unnecessary face to face interactions can be greatly reduced through technology and therefore a perfect time to improve your organization for the future.  You have the time and the resources available and with the use of technology you can continue to move forward.

For more information about how technology and improved procedures can help your organization check out our web site www.asyma.com.

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Topics: Productivity, Business Process, Technology, Guiding Great Businesses, Mobility, Sage Intacct, Hosting, Cloud, technology best practices



Project Management - Guesswork or Certainty?

Posted by Keith Greeno on February 6, 2020 at 10:03 PM


Imagine a world where all project information is available anytime, anywhere; where the collection of time, equipment, and material usage in the field is integrated daily into all projects for reporting. In this world, data flows seamlessly and instantly throughout the system, you can see the areas that are over and under budget, and you trust that progress billings include all the correct, up-to-date job costs. Your personalized user dashboard shows key reports and indicators that provide a snapshot of the operational health of your whole business at a glance: cash position, change orders, project profitability.

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Topics: Construction Technology, Sage 100 Contractor, Mobile Field Solutions, Project Costing, Construction Reporting



How to Make the Most of Your Off-Season Downtime

Posted by Leanna Lomanski on November 21, 2019 at 3:47 PM


 

This year’s construction season is quickly winding down – cold and snow are settling in, as are thoughts of tropical vacations and relaxation.

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Topics: Accounting Software, Contractors, Project Center, Technology, Construction Technology, Sage 100 Contractor, Mobile Field Solutions, Project Costing, Estimating, Construction Reporting



First Nations Infrastructure Project Management

Posted by Keith Greeno on September 19, 2019 at 11:20 AM


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Topics: Project Management, First Nations



How to Generate High-Impact Fundraising

Posted by Keith Greeno on July 15, 2019 at 4:01 PM


 

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Topics: Non-Profit, Sage Intacct, Non-Profit Reporting, Non-Profit Accounting