We’re privileged to know and work with a lot of really cool businesses who are doing some amazing things in their own industries. Some are clients, some are friends, some are just names we know and respect, but they all have a common tie: they’re going places, and we’re keeping an eye on them.
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It's 2019, and we have machines to do nearly every awful task that we never wanted to do again...a dishwasher for our dishes, washing machine for smelly clothes, GPS for getting us anywhere, cars that drive and park themselves (also for getting us anywhere). But what about other terrible tasks? We're talking about things that would not only make our personal lives better, but also improve our professional lives.
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Ah, nuts. You realize you've written a check in the wrong amount, or you've sent it to the wrong vendor because you have so many to keep track of and sometimes things get mixed up. #smbproblems
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Some people might argue that the phrase “new and improved” is redundant—how can something be new if it’s just been improved? Likewise, how can it be improved if it’s brand new? To tell you the truth, we don’t really know, but we also think that’s okay since we’re techies and number crunchers first and foremost. We have no time for semantics—bookkeeping awaits!
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When Your Needs Outgrow Your Tools
Ovia Health is doing big things for women and families, and they need support that enables them the ability to grow at any pace, anytime. As a health and tech company, Ovia Health is committed to transforming the way employers support working women and families along their parenthood journey, improving outcomes by providing daily personalized engagement, proactively identifying potential health risks, and supporting a successful return to work.
But in 2018, the small finance team at Ovia Health needed an upgrade. They were dealing with some common accounting shortcomings related to their accounting software, in particular limited automation capabilities. This meant that they were still having to do a lot of manual bookkeeping on a regular basis, leading to human errors and inconsistencies.