Randy Kardas: A Certified Public Accountant in Albion
Randy Kardas: A Certified Public Accountant in Albion
I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving, it is a time of year when everyone, including me, should pause and take time to reflect on all that has happened this year. As the year comes to a close, the year that saw America’s cities become more than the sum of their parts, we can take a moment to appreciate the good we have done. It is a time when our citizens face a tough economic situation and a challenging year ahead. Many of them are still struggling to live within their means, and many of those who have made it are beginning to see the handwriting on the wall.
My wife and I were able to buy a house in Albion. But that is only the beginning of our good fortune. I am also very grateful to have the opportunity to work for the State of Oregon as a Certified Public Accountant, and I am pleased that I have found yet another good opportunity with a fine company. I will continue to do my job, to serve the public, and to help our citizens reach their financial potential.
Our city of Albion has more than 30,000 residents and is made up of about 13,000 separate neighborhoods. These neighborhoods range from those that have historic or “vintage” charm, through to those that are “up and coming” and are on the verge of entering the twenty-first century. The neighborhoods in our area range in size from about a 20,000 to a 40,000 population. The current City Council recognizes this diversity and the need for collaboration. Our City Council works to set the best interests of our residents as the first step in the process of making Albion a better place to live.
Our City Council recognizes that it is in the people’s best interest to work together to make Albion a very successful community and place to live. All of us, especially the City Council members, recognize that there are other ways to accomplish this goal, and that is why we work with other organizations, like the Community Development Commission and the local Chamber of Commerce. The two organizations do provide us with assistance and guidance on how to work together. We have worked together on a variety of issues such as the growth of our downtown, our city maintenance, and even the development of our parks. The two organizations provide us with the knowledge and experience necessary to make Albion a better place to live.
Sage Intacct Partner Program: KND Systems
“KND Systems brings a wealth of industry knowledge to the Sage Intacct Partner Program,” said Taylor Macdonald, SVP Channels for Sage Intacct. KND Systems gains a powerful tool to help finance professionals increase efficiency and help drive growth for their clients organizations by adding Sage Intacct to its portfolio. As a company based in Michigan, KND Systems is dedicated exclusively to the needs of the businesses in the region. KND expects to leverage local talent that specializes in software, such as developers, engineers, accountants and system consultants.
Sage Intacct, KND Systems and Customer Experience on Demand
Firms in accounting and wealth management will find extreme value in Sage Intacct and KND’s Customer Experience on Demand. KND Systems uses Sage Intacct to deliver a unique consultative experience by offering on-demand financial management, systems and software development services. The VIP program of enterprise resource planning is an unparalleled partnership in consulting,” said Kardas, a CPA and software developer. People want CPAs, business leaders and developers in their back pocket and we’re ready to charge for you. It’s time to get rid of QuickBooks and adopt software that works better for you.
Sage Intacct, KND Systems and Customer Experience on Demand.
The business world is in transition. From traditional methods and processes, organizations have to transform their operations to a digital and mobile world. Yet these innovations do not address the challenges they face in their customers’ journey to make the transition from paper to digital in the sales and customer support field.
New technologies such as smartphones and wearable devices can bring about improvements in customer service and sales, but the digital customer experience has a different impact on sales and customer support than other forms of customer-based service, research findings from the Sage Intacct study show.
The study also found that the customer experience on demand (CEDO) solution is emerging as a key enabler for improving customer service. This solution leverages a combination of predictive analytics, big data and automated processes to generate business insights in real-time. Meanwhile, the solution is helping organizations improve customer experience and drive customer loyalty, according to the study.
The Sage Intacct report also revealed that the customer experience on demand solutions were adopted by many organizations in the U. and abroad, with the largest deployments in India, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
The most highly used solutions were in the areas of sales and support and customer-centric technology solutions, such as CRM, customer engagement and customer service. The report stated that solutions such as CRM, CEG and customer engagement were also used globally on a large scale, with the largest deployments in India, New Zealand and the UK.
The report further showed that customer experience on demand was adopted by nearly 45 percent of the U. companies surveyed, with significant deployment in the U. The report also showed that customer experience on demand was adopted by only a few companies in Europe, with the largest deployments in Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
“The success of this technology makes a compelling case that today’s customer-centric firms need to embrace a different approach to their customers,” said Michael O’Connor, executive director of SageIntacct, in a statement. “They need to embrace a customer experience that is customer-centric and focused on delivering an extraordinary customer experience, and it is this that holds the promise of future growth.