Improving Productivity with Cloud Computing

by Analytix Editorial Team 9:39

Productivity and Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is the future and the future is here. In the not so distant past, organizations purchased and maintained infrastructure and applications and hired staff to make them work....

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Five Reasons to Migrate to Office 365

by Analytix Editorial Team 9:49

Migrate to Office 365

Office productivity is key to a thriving business. As your company grows and needs change, it is important to have an operational backbone that can support both your opportunities and...

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How to better plan your year-end financials

by Analytix Editorial Team 10:12

How to plan your year end financials better

The business year end, or fiscal year, may not always overlap with the calendar year, which is why it is vital to plan for year-end financials early to prevent slipping into a false sense of being on schedule. One of the most important steps to be taken for better year-end financials would be to gain

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Benefits of Automating Accounting Processes

by Analytix Editorial Team 6:31

Benefits of Automating Accounting Processes

Running a business successfully requires managing multiple tasks simultaneously. Out of those many tasks, accounting holds a significant position. Accounting handles records, business reports, and many other financial interactions. Traditionally, most accounting functions were completed manually with an accountant’s assistance.  However, manual accounting has many disadvantages including it consumes a lot of time and is

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Reading the Balance Sheet: Assets and Liabilities

by Analytix Editorial Team 6:23

Reading the Balance Sheet Assets and Liabilities

A company’s balance sheet is termed a “statement of financial position,” that reveals the assets, liabilities and net worth of a firm. The balance sheet, along with income statement and cash flow statement, is an integral component of financial statements. As an investor or shareholder, it is important that one is aware of the structure

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