Monthly Archives: March 2011

Large QB Enterprise File – another Success Story

Earlier this month I wrote about A Solution for very large QuickBooks files. The very next day I got a call from Rick Arthur, one of my B2B CFO Partners in Florida. Rick has a client with the exact same problem . . . . a QuickBooks Enterprise user with a 1.6GB QB file.…

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MUST READ – QuickBooks Backups – a Primer and Disaster Story

I was recently contacted by the office manager of a property management company. They had recently experienced a disk drive crash on the computer used by the office manager. This drive also contained the active QuickBooks Company file. Their IT people had a backup process in place so initially there was no major concern.…

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Do You Get Along With Your CFO?

I was having lunch a couple weeks ago with a banker named James.  James asked me if I got along with the Owner at all of my clients.  My quick response was, “of course I do!”  James then replied that the best CFO’s / Controllers don’t always see eye to eye with the business owner. …

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A Solution for Very Large QuickBooks Company Files

In the past few months I have had more than a few calls from QB customers or clients of my partners who have started experiencing severe problems associated with large QB Company files. The problems are usually slow performance, long running reports, QB freezing or crashing, and other similar issues. Last month I received yet another call from a QB Enterprise client with the same issues so I decided to take action.…

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Technology Trends in the SMB Arena

Last month I was a guest on an Atlanta based radio program called Corporate Conversations. This is a weekly program hosted by Dawn Ely, founder of Palladium Chief Legal Officers. The topic of this particular program was innovation and trends in technology that are being adopted by businesses today. I was asked to provide a perspective on the Small/Mid-Sized businesses and the trends I am seeing in that segment of the economy.…

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