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Topics: Consulting, Business Management Software, Accounting Software, Technology, Sage Intacct, Financial Accounting, Dimensional Accounting, Purchase Order Workflow, Software, Asyma Solutions, AP Automation, User Based Dashboards, AICPA Preferred
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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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.
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.
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?
Topics: Automation, Budgeting, Budget Vs Actual, Sage Intacct, Financial Accounting, Faith Based, Reporting, Dashboards, Dimensions, Approvals, Visibility, Integration, Dimensional Accounting, Purchase Order Workflow
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.
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.
When a company chooses a cloud service, they have certain expectations. First off, most companies plan to enjoy the cost savings in IT—not having to maintain a powerful, scalable server with guaranteed up time. Rather than paying for room to grow, they anticipate that the service will be able to expand during times of peak demand—referred to as elasticity. Second, they expect fresh software that they don’t have to update. The provider updates the software at frequent intervals for all subscribers. Third, flexible costs allow them to pay for just the features, number of users, and server space they need, when they need it. And lastly, they expect to access the service from anywhere, even mobile devices. These are the expectations of cloud, but do these expectations always align with reality?