Welcome to the Connected Accounting and ERP blog. Our goal is to communicate useful information to both potential and existing Connected customers. Posts will be added every couple of weeks and will focus on both Mac and PC accounting users. Subscribe or check back often for news on upcoming releases, events, and helpful hints and tricks.
Learn how the new Sales Ledger, released in Connected 8.1, can help combine and manage customer invoices from a single screen.
Tracking inventory by lot number is easier than you think with Connected. In this post we examine what is lot control traceability, why companies need to track inventory by lot number, and how Connected can do the work for you.
This article is a useful tip on how to change the computer date format which can cause date issues when exporting reports from Connected to Excel.
Learn how to use one of the truly unique features in Connected 8 - the "Pin".
Apple's latest Mac OS update, El Capitan, was released in late September. In this post we examine the pros and cons of installing the update and how it relates to the Connected Accounting and ERP Software.
There are times when a customer payment is matched against the wrong invoices or even recorded to the wrong customer completely. Connected has a quick and easy way to make corrections while maintaining a complete audit trail.
Learn how to use “Subtotals” function in Microsoft Excel to leverage your Connected Accounting and ERP sales data.
As we round the corner and begin 2015 many Connected users are getting ready to put the 2014 books behind them. The most common fiscal year for business is calendar (January – December) so we have prepared a few tips to make the year end a smooth one with the Connected Accounting and ERP Software.
The new “Customer Query” window makes customer data mining easier than ever in the upcoming release of our premium Mac and PC Accounting and ERP Software.
Your new Mac and/or PC accounting software has been selected - Connected Accounting and ERP. Business processes are really going to start improving after the implementation. What about your current accounting data?