Telltale Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks: Your Business is Being Held Back
According to the Small Business Association, since 1990, big business has eliminated jobs while small businesses added jobs- 8 million to be more accurate! Are YOU ready to grow?
If you're finding it hard to meet customer’s expectations, keep up with business demand, or just simply can’t close out each month without pushing your team to the brink, then it's time to make a change.
Growing Pain #10 and Summary: Bottom-line, your Entry-Level Accounting is Holding you Back
QuickBooks can hold you back in more ways than one. As we’ve discussed in this blog series for 10 weeks, limited scalability, manual processes, and downtime can create obstacles for your business instead of paving the way for success. You know you’ve outgrown QuickBooks if you’re ready to admit your entry-level accounting software is holding you back!
Travis Perkins, Director of IT for EMIT Technologies, “We were relying on QuickBooks for basic accounting, but we needed to address long-term goals of our growing business and knew we would need a more robust solution that handled inventory management and manufacturing as well.” He continues, “With Microsoft Dynamics, we’re now in a position where we’re better prepared to accept projects we wouldn’t usually manufacture. There’s a good chance we’re designing something new every day.”
No matter what kind growing pains you’ve experienced in the past, you can grow beyond your current limits with a business solution from Microsoft. Microsoft has a complete vision for business applications, and it goes well beyond what traditional stand-alone ERP (enterprise resource planning) can do. It starts with a unique combination of business intelligence, collaboration, and communication tools embedded across your core business processes. The result—proactive people who make decisions that help increase your margins, improve your cash flow, and ultimately drive your business growth.
If you are reading this blog, you have started your discovery process. Take the next steps to learn more about a business solution from Microsoft or take a test drive. You’re business and your people deserve it: http://www.solsyst.com/#!enterprise-resource-planning-erp/c1fb8.
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