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Intacct Advantage 2017: It was a blast, see you again next year!

And that’s a wrap! Intacct Advantage 2017 has come to a close. We hope all who attended this year’s event left the city of lights feeling like high rollers. The conference floor was buzzing in Las Vegas. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to visit us. It was a thrill to debut our combined Nexonia and Tallie booth. We hope you enjoyed the refreshments and gifts! If you were still up at sunrise, our hangover kits definitely came in handy. Whether you came by for a demo or to recharge your conference juices, we had a great time chatting with

By |November 7th, 2017|Blog, Events|
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    Selecting an Expense Reporting Solution for Your Church: Top 3 Considerations

Selecting an Expense Reporting Solution for Your Church: Top 3 Considerations

Church leaders in charge of tracking and resolving the organization’s expenses have a lot of factors to keep in mind. Things like summer camps, sponsored events, and fellowship activities all come with an array of expenditures that must be recorded, approved, and reconciled, and these processes can all take considerable time out of a church leader’s day.

By |August 29th, 2017|Blog|
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    Nexonia Whitepaper: Recipe for Compliance

Nexonia Whitepaper: Recipe for Compliance

Your corporate expense policy lives or dies by compliance. But the traditional approach - spreadsheets, disconnected systems, a process of handoffs and approvals - isn’t sustainable. Employees view these processes as a chore; and, because at least part of the process tends to happen manually, non-compliance and errors are frequent and often undetected, leaving you vulnerable to waste and fraud. In order to be and stay fully compliant, you will need a strong Expense Management solution, based around 7 essential ingredients. DOWNLOAD

By |January 16th, 2017|Whitepapers|
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    Nexonia Customer Success Story: Pillow Homes

Nexonia Customer Success Story: Pillow Homes

Realizing that her time was being drained with manual processes and expense coding, Meg Escobar of Pillow Homes resolved to find a solution that would help automate these administrative tasks and integrate with their existing accounting and billing systems. With the help of Britiany Tompkins at Unalp, an innovative CPA firm specializing in the accounting needs of startups and small businesses, Pillow Homes successfully leveraged Nexonia’s expense platform to drastically reduce manual data entry and free up company resources. In an interview with the Nexonia team, Meg and Britiany explain how their experience working with different expense software providers ultimately

By |January 16th, 2017|Case Study|

3 Ways to Keep Up with Digitization in Business

If you feel as though your business is falling behind digitally, don’t worry. Keeping up with the latest innovations doesn’t have to be a full-time job. With just a few small changes, you can ensure your business stays one step ahead of the competition.

By |December 7th, 2016|Blog|
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    Why Forward-Thinking Companies Are Dumping Their Old Expense Management Systems and Investing in Progress

Why Forward-Thinking Companies Are Dumping Their Old Expense Management Systems and Investing in Progress

No need to crunch the numbers; there’s a high cost attached to keeping expense management processes in the dark ages, and company leaders have spoken up about it.

By |September 21st, 2016|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    The 3 Must-Haves for a Hassle-free DCAA Compliance Solution

The 3 Must-Haves for a Hassle-free DCAA Compliance Solution

Companies providing services to Department of Defense agencies need to comply with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) standards for management policies, financial systems, accounting reliability, cost reasonableness and more. DCAA-compliant accounting is critical, but many organizations struggle with staying on top of the requirements—and they risk failing a DCAA audit.

By |April 20th, 2016|Blog, Compliance|
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