Putting all the pieces together

What is xRM?

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on August 22, 2012

Imagine being able to keep track of all the important information and processes in your business. Imagine the complex needs of your business not being difficult to access or manage. That is what xRM can do for your business. xRM  (Extended Relationship Management) can track all the information and processes around any variable that is […]

E-Tickets are No Problem

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on August 15, 2012

Buying and selling tickets to events online has become the norm over recent years. Many companies are now offering the option to their employees and customers to purchase event tickets online. Not only are buying tickets virtually more convenient, but also cheaper and better for the environment. It saves the buyer and seller time and […]

Cloud offers work-from-home options for businesses

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on August 14, 2012

Business owners have the option to allow employees to work from home because cloud-computing software offers remote accessibility. Remote accessibility is a popular feature of the cloud, and is mainly one of the top reasons businesses choose to use it. Not only can employees work from home and telecommute, but cloud-computing software also allows businesses […]

51 Reasons to use Microsoft Dynamics GP

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on August 3, 2012

If you are a Microsoft Dynamics GP user you may be familiar with their professional service tools. These service tools have been available to users for a fee of $750-$1,500 each. Now Microsoft Dynamics GP users can take a sigh of relief and put down the checkbooks, because as of March 2012, these professional service […]

Retail future: Shop without your wallet

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 26, 2012

Many retail businesses are starting to offer shoppers purchasing options through cell phones that benefit both buyers and sellers. Retailers such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Foot Locker, American Eagle Outfitters, Nine West, and others are now allowing shoppers to pay directly from their PayPal accounts via cell phone at their stores. Starbucks offers consumers the […]

Microsoft revamps Office

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 19, 2012

Big changes are happening within Microsoft Office. A new version of Office was unveiled on Monday in a live webcast by the company’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer. The new version of Office will better adapt to today’s culture of instant Internet access. The new Office will be more organized, cloud-based, and social. It will […]

Intacct helps growing companies

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 12, 2012

Growing companies often look to Intacct to help organize their financial functionalities. It is a top choice for companies that are outgrowing QuickBooks. As small to mid-sized companies become larger and global-sized establishments, more organized software is needed to keep track of finances. Intacct is the preferred provider of Financial Applications for AICPA Business Solutions […]

What is CRM?

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 6, 2012

Anyone that has customers most likely has heard of CRM. If you manage, support, sell to, or communicate with customers then you may be interested in learning more about it. CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. CRM centrally manages how all of your company’s departments (i.e. sales, accounting, marketing, customer service, technical support, etc) interact […]

Internet services may shut down on Monday

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 6, 2012

Malicious software may shut down thousands of American’s Internet on Monday. The malicious software is known as malware. Malware began infecting computers around the world when international hackers ran an online scam.  (www.dns-ok.us) The FBI investigated the scam that modifies a computer’s Domain Name Service (DNS). DNS is the Internet protocol (IP) address you type […]

How storms shut down Instagram, Pinterest, Netflix

Written by ADS Business Intelligence on July 2, 2012

On Friday, massive power outages shut down the cloud computing services that run Instagram, Pinterest, and Netflix. The strong storm caused people throughout the mid-Atlantic region to be without power. According to the AssociatedPress, on Monday morning approximately two million customers still did not have power. On Friday evening, many users noticed that their services were […]