The unlikely link between your ERP rollout and readiness for growth
85% of execs say the true enemies of growth are internal. How to guard your organization.
Does accessibility mean no more than providing basic system access? These other aspects are often overlooked
3 MIN – A common myth says unified ERP can’t integrate. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Nonprofits are uniquely poised for the automated future. Here’s why
The right workflow brings you efficiency and security. A glimpse inside Xledger’s approach
2 MIN – How Xledger served Galbraith’s, shipbroker and builder to thousands of shipping firms worldwide.
6 MIN – Hint: it’s not an ERP model. A nuanced look at Gartner’s definition
Tic-and-tie is dead. How to automate without losing control.
3 MIN – Multiple entities complicate accounting and financial insight. How to see every corner of your org.
1 MIN – The wrong wrench almost launched a missile. What details threaten your business?
2 MIN – A close look at the revolutionary new insight tool
2 MIN – What Sun Tzu’s Art of War has to say about modern business insight.
Most data entry methods siphon labor and create errors. How to automate without losing control.
4 MIN – The answer depends on your organization’s size and needs.
4 MIN – Obsolescence is like inflation: an invisible tax. Understand what forms it takes and how you can protect your business.
3 MIN – Xledger’s Product Director on the Cloud ERP vendor’s biggest release yet
2 MIN – 2018’s R1 brings faster speeds, new features, & complete restructuring of Xledger’s database.
1 MIN – ILAC consists of 50 member organizations assisting war-torn countries to build just and equal legal systems. An interview with Finance Head Olof Sjögren
1 MIN – Xledger Cloud ERP earns prestigious industry recognition
1 MIN – 120. That’s how many nations Xledger client Speed Identity equips with biometric security. An interview with CFO Annika Grönbek.
4 MIN – Only 4% of organizations have reconsidered their cyberstrategy, even though 59% have increased their cyber budget. How you can budget with strategy in mind.
2 MIN – Audits cost time, money & mental health. CPA Espen Jensen on how one tool can transform the process.
5 MIN – GDPR is the EU’s attempt to deal with the rising volume and value of data. Its consequences go far beyond the EU, however. How you can prepare.
4 MIN – An IBM study finds that 60 percent of breaches involve internal actors. 7 vulnerabilities every business owner should recognize and address.
4 MIN – In today’s world, security isn’t just about how your data’s hosted. It’s about who hosts it, and how they can serve your organization.
4 MIN – Foreign destinations. High-level access. Mobile devices. What could go wrong? How to protect executives in transit (and how they can protect themselves).
5 MIN. – Mishandling turned a catastrophic breach into a PR apocalypse. Five tough truths to help you avoid your own Equifax.
3 MIN. – Jeff Pospisil, financial overseer for 240 churches, explains why stewardship matters and how nonprofit leaders can use technology to become better stewards.
4 MIN. – Implementation often separates success from failure in nonprofit ERP. How to choose the right process, product, and partner for a smooth rollout.
3 MIN. – It’s not just students: colleges face high debt, massive IT costs, and steep competition for students. A new generation of software could hold the answer.
4 MIN – Nonprofits must stretch limited finances to cover fixed needs–all without underfunding their mission. How many nonprofits are using collaboration to change the game.
4 MIN – In today’s world, philanthropy is as global as business. Your organization’s ERP should reflect that.
5 MIN – In 2011, Jenni and KJ Jessen left everything and went to fight trafficking in SE Asia. The story of Compass31 and of hope among horrors.
10 MIN – The 2018 nonprofit landscape will be more complex than ever before. Here are the forces and dynamics you should be expecting.
2 MIN – By shifting your viewpoint, data viz projects create art you can act on. What this means for executives & why the same principles apply to your accounting
1:41 – Dashboards matter. But they aren’t created equal. How executives can avoid dashboard pitfalls and ensure smart decision-making.
4 MIN – Xledger president Nathan McCann on what tax reform means for non-profits and how they can prepare for the coming donor drop-off.
3 MIN – The House has voted. The Senate hasn’t. But not all prep strategies hinge on the latest news. Six ways you can plan for whatever happens.
2:00 – A closer look at the latest revolution in accounting software.
1 MIN – How 3 innovations are reshaping the fight for security and efficiency in document management.
2 MIN – Is technical support just a customer service issue? Or does the platform you choose make a difference? An interview with Xledger support expert Zheng Zeng.
1:12 – Most accountants agree that bank reconciliation is one of their most tedious & error-prone tasks. But what if there were a better way to do it?
2 MIN – In today’s ERP market, we tend to tune out hype. But what would happen if we listened critically? Four signs of a raw deal in enterprise software.
8 MIN – The former editor of Charity Finance on why everyone wins when fundraising and finance set aside their differences.
4 MIN -There was a day when traditional ERP systems were enough. That day has passed. How you can navigate the future of business management
2 MIN – Best-of-breed systems are the software equivalent of all-star sports teams. That’s not a good thing. Why all-star teams fail in sports as well as software.
5 MIN – “Cloud ERP” contains multitudes. Most don’t deserve the name. How to tell genuine cloud from its many, many imitators.
3 MIN – Some ERP systems last for years. Others the client outgrows within months. What is scalability & how can it predict your system’s success?
1 MIN – On your smartphone, it’s easy to zoom in. In ERP software, it’s even easier. Why drill down matters to you.
2 MIN – Four takeaways from a close reading of Deloitte’s 2017 survey on automation
1 MIN – What Makes D&A Work, Distilled from HBR
7 MINUTES – 12 Steps to Navigate ERP Platforms and Providers
3 MINUTES – Earlier this year, 4 hours of Amazon downtime crippled the internet. KPMG’s Marius Berg discusses what happened and the lessons you can draw from it.
Customization and configuration sound like synonyms. They’re not. Knowing the difference could save your organization thousands now and even more later.
2 MINUTE READ – Bewildered by the ERP Market? Try using these 5 keywords to hone your research.
Learn how Xledger’s Cloud ERP solution transformed CURE International, operator of hospitals in ten developing countries and the world’s largest provider of pediatric surgeries.
1 MIN – Accountants and CFOs suffer many same or similar pain-points and stresses. Nationwide, non-profits struggle with unwieldy ERP providers
2 MIN – In Five Days Without Xledger – Part 2 we followed non-profit CFO Roger Dalton as he learned what sets Xledger apart in the ERP market
2 MIN – In Five Days Without Xledger – Part 1 we saw a CFO struggling with poor sleep, high stress, and presentation errors as a result of his organization’s cumbersome ERP provider
3 MIN – When a finance executive sees how the Xledger ERP system simplifies business management & automates processes, they realize how it helps them evolve their finance teams
Is scarce funding hindering your non-profit’s ambitions? An obsolete ERP solution might be part of the problem.
Xledger needed a sign. Gordon Signs had a next-gen solution. The story of a perfect fit.
An ERP system is the backbone of your information structure. A solution that brings value will touch all relevant business processes and inform key personnel in your organization. It is very common these days to find senior finance managers in non-profit organizations...
Programmers and software engineers have been traditionally viewed as highly scientific, with strong mathematical backgrounds. Holding to strict specifications, we viewed their jobs as being primary to design and code complex algorithms to achieve a specific objective. It was undoubtedly, a function-oriented role. We even title the education of this skill computer science.