At the low-end of the business markets, inexpensive applications software allows most general business accounting functions to be performed. Suppliers frequently serve a single national market, while larger suppliers offer separate solutions in each national market.
Many of the low end products are characterized by being "single-entry" products, as opposed to double-entry systems seen in many businesses. Some products have considerable functionality but are not considered GAAP or IFRS/FASB compliant. Some low-end systems do not have adequate security nor audit trails. To get more please visit : accounting software
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MDMConsult14 Terrifying IT Job Interview Questions3/1/2014 7:28:25 PM
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@Sara - Wow, lots of off-the-wall insight and surprises - "Don't have to prove ROI." The CIO pushing the CMO to pick up the pace on social networking. A CIO wanting some regulations to CMA (Cover My A_ _ ) in case something goes haywire. And the cloud is inevitable in healthcare so just get over it. Great stuff.
Sara Peters7 Surprises From CIOs & CTOs at Interop10/31/2013 2:43:46 PM
Great article, Ivan. As i was reading, I was thinking about recent conversations I've had with security pros, and it led to a question: Did you hear any of the folks at the conference talk about training as part of their security spend? It seems that some folks still leap straight to technology for security -- I know many, though, who would love to take a hefty part of their capital budget and apply it to regular classes for all their users!
tekedgeThreats Driving Financial Sector to Increase Security Spend10/30/2013 10:05:33 AM
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