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5 invoicing best practices that will get you paid faster with less worry

5 invoicing best practices that will get you paid faster with less worry

We’ve seen it proven time and again: the key to effective invoicing starts long before you create and send your first invoice.

It sounds crazy, right? How can you build effective invoicing processes without actually invoicing a customer? But in order to make sure you get paid in a timely manner, you have to start customer relationships with the invoicing and payment process in mind.

Soak up CFO-approved best practices at the Sage Intacct Advantage 2018 conference

Soak up CFO-approved best practices at the Sage Intacct Advantage 2018 conference

Sage Intacct’s annual Advantage conference, running from October 22-26 in Nashville, provides a unique opportunity for Sage Intacct customers, partners, and employees to gather together and learn how to leverage Sage Intacct’s functionality to the fullest extent. We’re excited to attend this year as part of Sage Intacct’s expansive partner community.

The Advantage conference has SO much to offer attendees. Here’s a taste of what Advantage attendees can expect:

Contract revenue management: what it is and what you need to know

Contract revenue management: what it is and what you need to know

If you’ve never heard of contract revenue management and you manage any sort of contractual relationships with customers, it’s time to start paying attention. Contract revenue management, or the process of allocating contracted revenues based on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) revenue recognition standards, is undergoing massive change due to the recent GAAP mandates ASC 606 and IFRS 15.

The U.S. based Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have recently released ASC 606 and IFRS 15 as updates to GAAP accounting principles, to streamline and unify financial statements across the board. In the past, there was a wide variance in the way businesses recognized revenue, with no consistent format applied to contractual revenue.

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