Connected is designed as a business accounting and ERP software to meet the needs of growing companies. Used primarily in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, Connected provides a powerful accounting business solution for Mac and/or PC users or a hosted cloud. By focusing on the accounting software demands of small to mid-sized business, Connected provides the needed sophistication to manage your entire organization. With inventory control abilities that support, full lot control traceability, distributors and light manufacturers can find the perfect mix of value and sophistication.LEARN MORE
With Connected's true multi-user and concurrent cross-platform (PC and Mac) abilities, your business will function with an ease that you never thought possible. Never worry again when integrating PC’s or Mac’s in the customer service or accounting departments where PC's typically rule. Your PC users, including an outside accountant, can use Connected on a Windows computer at the same time as your Mac users, with identical features and information shared. Our first class business accounting software makes it easy for everyone to stay Connected.LEARN MORE
The Connected team is committed to your success. We believe that a pain free implementation is the most important part of your new accounting system and have a wide range of services to help you during your transition to Connected. Our exclusive custom programming services allows our team to tailor a Connected solution to meet your company's unique needs. With easy access to training, we can also ensure that your team is ready to utilize their new accounting system to its fullest potential.LEARN MORE
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Internal controls are an important part of any business accounting system. Whether controls are manual or automated, understanding why and how they work can help determine the effectiveness of the overall accounting system.
Sometimes less is more, but when it comes to managing your inventory, having less can mean production or customer orders are delayed because you can’t ship or manufacture more.
The classic, and now obsolete, way that a small business might store customer credit card information would be to keep a document with the card in the client’s file. This might mean keeping paper in a filing cabinet or scanned documents in an electronic system.