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Michael Camp

Synergy Business Solutions
Marketing Director

Michael has over 16 years of experience in marketing including the last nine in technology and software products. As Synergy's marketing director, he is responsible for lead generation, nurture, and branding. He is also an author and writer, blogging about accounting software and Cloud solutions. He has written two ebooks and one white paper on how to use the right software and technology to improve project accounting and government compliance.




Jan 19, 2014
Michael Camp wrote this post:
True Cost of Entry-level Accounting Software: Why it’s Time to Graduate

As businesses grow they can quickly stretch the limits of small business applications. Yet, it’s not long before another limit is reached. Eventually the truth sets in. Growing organizations require automated processes, anytime-anywhere access, real-time visibility, internal controls, custom functionality, and integration with other applications. Entry-level software can’t provide these. This article from Michael Camp of Synergy Business Solutions tallies the real costs behind sticking too long with an entry-level accounting solution.

Oct 13, 2013
Michael Camp wrote this post:
Today's Business Case for Cloud Computing

Today, the business case for choosing a cloud hosted software solution, ERP or otherwise, is more compelling than ever. The study (FERF) looked at “real” cloud software—web-based, multi-tenant—and not solutions that are hosted versions of on-premise applications.

Apr 14, 2013
Michael Camp wrote this post:
Cloud Security: Don’t Let It Keep You Up at Night

Adoption rates for Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are rising despite some people’s concern over Cloud security. The fact is, security and protection of confidential business data should be a concern whether it resides on an in-house server or a Cloud environment.

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Mar 14, 2013
Michael Camp answered this question:

Peter, if you are seeking a business solution and your company is at least 20 employees, then you might want to consider Intacct Cloud Financials. It is being increasingly recognized with various awards. It was voted "Best to Replace QuickBooks" by Inc. Magazine and is the "preferred provider" of the ...

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Mar 12, 2013
Michael Camp answered this question:

Oracle, Netsuite, SAP, Microsoft Dynamics (SL, GP, NAV, AX), and Intacct, to name a few. It also depends on how one defines "cloud." All Dynamics ERPs can be hosted in a data center, so some consider that the "cloud," but they're single-tenant, in other words, they only serve one customer. ...

Mar 10, 2013
Michael Camp wrote this post:
Why Moving Finance to the Cloud May be Your Best Choice

Switching to cloud-based financial software could prove irresistible, for a number of reasons. A lower total cost of ownership is just one of the reasons that makes cloud accounting attractive, not to mention that the variety of enterprise-level accounting solutions available ensure you can find a system that meets your business needs.

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Mar 6, 2013
Michael Camp answered this question:

Kate, If you've outgrown QuickBooks and are at least about 30 employees, Intacct has been named "Best to Replace QuickBooks" by Inc. Magazine and is endorsed by AICPA. It also got a five-star review from CPA Practice Advisor, and has been awarded a Software & Information Industry Association finalist two ...

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Mar 6, 2013
Michael Camp answered this question:

Marko, If you've outgrown an entry-level accounting system, such as QuickBooks, are at least a 30-employee company, and need robust software, then Intacct should be on your list. Voted by Inc. Magazine as the "Best to Replace QuickBooks," and the only Cloud product (I believe), endorsed by the AICPA, its ...

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