How To Choose A Powerful Accounts Receivable Software: Part Two

In choosing accounts receivable software, there are a few different aspects to look at to decide which would be the right fit for you. In the last post in this two-part series, we looked at the different categories that accounts receivable software can fall under. This ranges from a B2B or B2C solution, a general software or ERP solution, or whether the solution needs to be hosted or on-premise. Now, we dive into what size solution is right for your company. Just like a large, global company wouldn’t use QuickBooks, you wouldn’t want to use accounts receivable software that isn’t sized correctly for you. Below are the different sizing options of accounts receivable software on the market today.
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How to Choose a Powerful Accounts Receivable Software: Part One

Not all accounts receivable software is created equal, just as not all businesses are created equal. There are so many different options on the market it could make your head spin. So, where do you start? In this two-part series we are going to cover the major checklist points. Once you have a better idea of what you specifically need for your company, you’ll be able to narrow down your search from the hundreds to just a few. Remember: not one solution is going to fit every companies’ needs, so think about yourself and what will be best for your company.
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How to Choose the Right Accounts Receivable Software

At this point, you’re probably aware that your accounts receivable is one of your most important assets in your business. If you’re not collecting from your customers then you have no way to continue to grow your business. One way to combat chronic late payments is by implementing accounts receivable software, however, just like any software it can be difficult to decide which one is right for your business. Below, we will cover the four most important considerations for choosing accounts receivable software.

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How Accountants Can Aid in Choosing a New Accounting Software

As an accountant, you have the inside knowledge of when a client’s previous accounting methods are beginning to lose their luster. Even if that company is currently using an accounting software that was built into their ERP system, maybe they’ve simply outgrown it and the software is now lagging behind. Letting your client know that their desperately in need of a new and better accounting software can help a company tremendously.
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