With effective integration, your business can use data from different applications and systems in a unified way — as we like to say, your data is your most valuable asset, and if you don't have a proper way of bridging the gap between business systems, you won't be able to act on it in the way that you should.
With that in mind, we've teamed up with Breadwinner, a leading integration solution between Salesforce and finance software, to give you insight as to why data integration is critical to a successful business. Read on to hear Breadwinner's take on how proper data integration can streamline your business processes.
We love hearing from our customers — especially when they share how our tools helped them resolve a tricky issue. From productivity hacks to meeting compliance requirements, there’s no shortage of ways Strongpoint can meet the changing needs of your business.
Recently, Anchor Group's Jacob Terneus reached out to us with a great example. Jacob used Strongpoint's Flashlight tool to quickly identify help and description fields that were missing text — increasing user adoption and saving them hours of time.
Keep reading to hear Jacob's story, in his own words.
Administrators are the lifeblood of any organization running NetSuite — from troubleshooting errors to configuring custom reports for SOX compliance, there’s no doubt that this jack-of-all-trades plays a fundamental role in the success of a business (we even wrote a blog post about this particular topic, which you can find here). A role this multifaceted requires a variety of different tools to get the job done.
Compliance requirements for ERP systems are on the rise — and given the customizability of NetSuite, if you're at a public or heavily regulated company, you can easily spend hours preparing your account for audit. We’ve heard first-hand that many public and pre-IPO companies are being asked to prove that their change processes are compliant — and luckily, with Strongpoint’s tools, proving this can be as simple as generating a few custom reports.
Information is an organization's most valuable asset — and with over 94% of US-based organizations using cloud-based systems, one data breach can have serious consequences for a growing business. Maintaining the integrity and security of your data should be high on your priority list — and luckily, with the right applications, getting there can be simple.
An ambitious startup with an IPO as an eventual goal can save themselves a lot of trouble by thinking about compliance early — but it’s not always an easy feat. From hiring to implementing systems to creating efficient processes, there’s no shortage of roadblocks for startups trying to get off the ground.
As more companies adopt cloud-based enterprise systems, and more business processes are housed by those systems, the need for highly skilled administrators has grown considerably. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of these systems, administrators now own key parts of big-picture goals like compliance and change management.
A few weeks ago, we sat down with four IT, systems and audit experts to discuss SOX compliance and business systems. You can watch on demand the full panel discussion on audit prep here — but one of the key takeaways was that, for our panelists, preparing their team was just as important as preparing their systems.
Whether you’re prepping for an audit, troubleshooting an issue or comparing your prod and dev environments, NetSuite gives you several tools for investigating what’s happening in your system.