Accounting Applications


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Mike

I work in Canada for a $4.5-$6 million company. We also have two locations
(Waterloo, ON and Richmond Hill, ON). Our Waterloo office is the head office
and it uses Great Plains Dynamic as our accounting application. We currently
pay atleast $3000 on maintenance and upgrades. Apparently next year we will
need to upgrade this product entirely to MS SQL Server. This is going to
cost us an additional $7000 (server, upgrade, etc.) plus ongoing maintenance
and upgrades. I was wondering if there is an alternative that will match our
needs? We need to do the following:

*Consolidate two companies into one
*Do payroll for atleast 70 employees
*Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
*Compare actuals to budgets (monthly, year to date and lytd basis)

We are looking to cut costs, but still run our day to day operations.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Dan

I was wondering if there is an alternative that will match our
needs? We need to do the following:

*Consolidate two companies into one
*Do payroll for atleast 70 employees
*Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
*Compare actuals to budgets (monthly, year to date and lytd basis)

We are looking to cut costs, but still run our day to day operations.

Thanks in advance.
Mike,

Several alternatives exist, but there are several more questions to be
answered, e.g. how many concurrent users do you have, what type of
business is this, what is your current network environment, etc.
Typically, the more users you have, the more the software costs; the
more functionality you need, the more it costs, etc.

We would be happy to help in your search, pro bono, if you are
interested. Drop us a line and we will send you our questionnaire.

Regards,

Daniel Edwards
JnD Consulting, Inc.
(e-mail address removed)
 

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