Marathon Ventures Improves Bottom Line with Intacct's Reporting and Dashboards
SAN JOSE, CA: Intacct, a provider of cloud ERP software, has announced that Marathon Ventures switched from FinancialForce to Intacct in order to keep up with its rapid sales growth. The case study report by Intacct highlights the improvement in key parameters achieved by implementation of its solution where Marathon Ventures, a media sales services provider saved 36 hours per month, avoided $8,000 in annual consulting fees, and shortened its monthly close by using Intacct to streamline key processes such as invoicing, accounts receivables, accounts payables, and bank reconciliations. The media sales provider could also have clear view of underlying factors, which are keys to performance enhancement, due to in-built Performance Cards as well reporting and dashboard capabilities of Intacct solution.
Intacct brings cloud computing to finance, and accounting and its applications are preferred for AICPA business solutions. In use by more than 10,500 organizations from startups to public companies, Intacct is designed to improve company performance and make finance more productive. Hundreds of leading CPA firms and Value Added Resellers also offer Intacct to their clients.
“After seeing an Intacct demo, it was immediately clear to us that this was a highly intuitive solution and could produce much more accurate, reliable financial data for our business. We chose Intacct over other cloud software on the market because it was built as a solid multi-ledger accounting system with sophisticated financial controls and flexible reporting – all seamlessly integrated with Salesforce,” said Sabry Mohideen, CFO, Marathon Ventures. He further adds, “Intacct helps us quickly process thousands of transactions every month so we can keep up with the company’s growth while minimizing the need for additional headcount. Plus, our team is now motivated to further automate processes, build new customer reports, and more because we have the bandwidth and confidence to do so.”
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