Co-Founder @AtlasphereCons, Founder @VivinayaGroup, Adjunct Instructor and mentor. Dynamic and entrepreneurial CPA, passionate about helping people and businesses succeed, leverage technology, and lifelong learning.
If you are like many CPA firms you are facing a challenge of identifying a viable succession plan. CPA firms have been slow to adopt many aspects of organizational culture which will increase their ability to attract and retain Millennials (aka Gen-Y).
I am a dynamic and entrepreneurial CPA with a focus on providing CPE to CPAs in the areas of business ethics and generational management. Leveraging my research and experience I will help you evaluate your existing culture and offer no-nonsense practical advice for potential changes.
With experience in many aspects of accounting, computer software and business software consulting organizations, I focus on how organizations can best leverage technologies for their operations.
I want to help your business reach the level of success you desire!
Entrepreneurial CPA with experience in many aspects of small business development, management and growth strategy. No-nonsense practical business advice to help you address your business challenges.
I would never say that there is one "best" ERP solution for an ecommerce business as there are many factors to consider. Rather, I would encourage you to consider the specific needs you have in your business and then determine how you can leverage an accounting or ERP system to support these.
A couple of areas I would encourage you to consider are: the integration(s) you will require with shopping cart sites, inventory systems, dropshippers, shipping services etc. The types of products you are working with will also help to determine the type of inventory accounting requirements you are going to require.
As to whether an ERP solution is 'needed'...well, I can say from personal experience that I have seen many businesses significantly improve their efficiencies and profitability through implementing an appropriate solution. However, as with anything, spend the time either internally or with a consulting partner to determine the requirements your organization has. A good consulting and implementation partner can lead to great success of a ERP implementation, and a bad one can make you wish you had never taken the plunge.
If you are looking to streamline your business's finances and accounting you need to talk to Paul. Paul knows what software businesses need to grow and stay on top of the game. Paul is also a great source of referrals and a great listener!
Paul was recently cited as being one of Lincoln's "40 under 40", and you can see why in every aspect of his demeanor, both as a businessman, and as a person. Paul makes working with him a breeze, as he is a tremendous facilitator for his business partners. Paul and Quadis Technologies are both clearly on the rise, and should continue to be leaders in their industry.
I have known Paul for several years now and he impresses me with his intregrity, passion and drive to provide customers with exceptional service. He connects with people on a very personal level, which builds the kind of trust people crave in their business dealings. Paul is very responsive and excels in his knowledge of business processes and the industries he serves.