Bond Consulting Services Helps Small Businesses Identify Five Warning Signs They are Outgrowing Their Accounting System

In her recent series of articles on the Microsoft Dynamics ERP “The Edge” Blog entitled “10 Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks” Jennifer Dorsey highlighted tell-tale signs that would let anyone know it’s time to move on from that entry-level accounting system. We’ve posted her complete blog series below. But what if you are using different entry-level accounting software and are unsure of the best ERP solution for your business? What if you are struggling with getting the necessary information to grow your business?

In a monthly series of free live presentations hosted at the Microsoft Store in Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo and Century City , Bond Consulting Services will offer educational facts about choosing a dynamic and timely accounting system for a growing business. We’ll walk through 5 key warning signs for CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, IT Managers and Controllers at small-medium size businesses. Join us for Growing Out of Your Current Accounting System.

Challenges that will be addressed include:

  • Business growth
  • Compliance issues
  • Increasing sales and profitability
  • Keeping up with demand without adding headcount
  • Managing multiple lines of business, currencies, or multi-site locations
  • Scaling operations
  • Simplifying and securing processes
  • Technology

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Ten Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks by Jennifer Dorsey:

#1 The Rubber Bands Holding Your Business Together Are Keeping You Up at Night
#2: Managing the Books and Cash Flow Isn’t As Easy As It Used to Be
#3: A Lack of Control and Weak Audit Trails Create Business Risk
#4: You Can’t Move Forward When You Keep Looking Back
#5: You’re Putting Off New Business Opportunities
#6: You’ve Become a Jack-of-All-Trades, Master of None
#7: Cloud Computing Has You Questioning Your Technology Footprint
#8: What Once Made Your Business Shine Just Doesn’t Sparkle Anymore
#9: Your Most Valuable Asset, Your People, Are Losing Productivity
#10: Bottom-line, your Entry-Level Accounting is Holding you Back