As a starter system, QuickBooks is a logical and economical choice. It provides the basic functionality that companies need to get going, supports a chart of accounts and manages both accounts payable and receivable. But QuickBooks could also be holding businesses back from achieving their full potential. And not just QuickBooks customers, but the partners and independent accountants that support them. As companies start to grow, expand internationally, or encounter more complex financial reporting requirements, their dependency on the QuickBooks system can turn into a burden.
It's often said that "you can't rush creativity," but when producing creative is your business, patience isn't an option. In today's lighting-paced digital environment, advertising, media and publishing companies are under constant pressure to crank out engaging creative quickly and cost effectively while maintaining profitability, adhering to schedules and managing talent.
Everywhere one looks in the business world, industries are facing challenging transitions, and the nonprofit world is no different. Nonprofits find themselves having to adapt to shifting donor expectations and new regulations, as well as compete more than ever for donors and volunteers. Meanwhile, the frenetic pace of technology is forcing them to refine how they manage program delivery and provide the financial transparency that donors have come to expect.
This past spring at the sixth annual Hackathon 4Good at SuiteWorld, nearly 100 customers, partners and NetSuite employees teamed up to solve challenges for NetSuite Social Impact customers, MANA Nutrition and Art in Action. MANA Nutrition manufactures therapeutic food to save children’s lives – helping the 17 million children worldwide under 5 years old who suffer from severe acute malnutrition. The winning Hackathon 4Good MANA team, MANA-Festation,delivered a visually appealing dashboard for data analytics. Art in Action, the other NetSuite Social Impact customer at the Hackathon, provides art lessons to over 600 schools using new and upcycled items. The winning Art in Action team, Heart for Art, automated processes of using purchased and donated materials.
Tyler Haney founded her activewear apparel company, Outdoor Voices, in 2014 with a mission to get the world moving.