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Asyma Solutions has been helping customers, particularly those in the Field Service and Construction Industries across Canada grow since our founding in 2005. We provide our customers insight into their business faster, more accurately, and with a more integrated approach than ever before. In addition to our deep expertise in helping field service and construction contractors find and implement the right solution for their business, our departments of expertise and experience also reaches into Wholesale/Distribution, Non-Profit, First Nations, Faith Based, Healthcare and Manufacturing/Fabrication.
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A cloud financial management system can provide your business with the tools to successfully compete in a connected, digital world. Key advantages include:
If staying on top of reporting and financial performance for your nonprofit takes too much time and has become overly burdensome, it’s not you — it’s your software. It might be time to find a nonprofit accounting software system that is able to grow with your organization and help solve challenges, instead of creating them.
Of all the industries Covid-19 has had an impact on, healthcare is perhaps the most groundbreaking. With a greater understanding of the need for healthcare services because of the pandemic, making sure the healthcare industry is running efficiently is paramount. Now more than ever there is a public understanding of the resources needed within the healthcare industry and how proper administration and management can mean all the difference between success and failure.
Many First Nation organizations start with software such as Xyxntax, Quickbooks & Sage 50 for there basic accounting needs. As a First Nation organization grows and expands, they are often forced to add new systems that are not integrated to their accounting software, this results in duplicate data entry and higher risk for human error.
Budgeting and planning have never been more important. Whenever crises arise, it’s important to be able to react swiftly. The coronavirus threat has put us in uncharted territory. The strong headwinds caused by this are trying for business. Many offices are closing, forcing employees to work remotely. Work stoppages, an unsteady supply chain, cash flow concerns, market declines, multiple and massive stimulus/rescue packages, daily and even hourly announcements on closures are all very real issues. The business environment has shifted to a new normal.
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.