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Stop Getting Dragged Down by Outdated Financial Systems

Stop Getting Dragged Down by Outdated Financial Systems

Businesses face new challenges every day. This is a truth no matter the size, industry, or mission. It’s how leaders at the business react to the challenges that defines success or failure. Leaders, especially those in finance have to be able to make decisions quickly, but they also have to make these decisions using the right information.

For many organizations, getting the right information to make the right decisions requires the right people, the right processes, and most importantly, the right technology.

Now, it’s likely that you have the right people and processes, you hired said people and designed those processes, but without the right technology to make the most of these two resources, all of your hard work goes for naught.

To address these challenges, the team at Wipfli/Brittenford would like to invite you to an event designed to answer any questions you may have about improving technology to make better decisions for both the short- and long-term. On November 17, 2016, experts from Wipfli and Brittenford Systems will present a webinar titled Risks of Using Outdated Accounting Systems which will share with attendees some of the biggest dangers that outdated technology poses for a business, including:

  • Inability to achieve core needs in performance measurement and decision-making
  • Failure to support data-driven capabilities and opportunities
  • Slower and ineffective functionality changes, upgrades, and connections to other applications

If you feel that you are being held back, Outdated technology may be shielding you from the benefits of changing or upgrading your system. Presenters Brian Dietz, Brian Dietz, CPA and Partner at Wipfli LLP and Brent Neitz, Technology Sales at Wipfli will also explain what you can do to overcome these risks and accelerate your business.

Learn more about the November 17 event, scheduled to start at 1:00 PM EST and register for Risks of Using Outdated Accounting Systems here.

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