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Axia Consultants - Accounting Technology Conferences & Expos

There are many benefits of attending an accounting technology event - especially if you’re considering replacing your accounting software. These include:

 

  • improving your knowledge of the accounting software market, the latest trends and what’s available
  • checking out a software vendor’s latest offerings- in a low-key, informal way
  • comparing multiple vendors quickly and efficiently, in just one day

 

And it would be even more beneficial if you had details of what you need from your new accounting system. Gathering requirements and preparing a spec doesn’t have to be hard - the Accounting Software RFI/RFP Template can help you quickly and easily gather your requirements and prepare a requirements specification (and also a RFI and RFP).

 

Clicking a link below, will take you to the event website, where you can obtain more details such as the expo or conference contents, who’s exhibiting, locations and whether it’s chargeable or free to attend.

 

Although every attempt has been made to make the above calendar as accurate as possible, this cannot be guaranteed. For more details, contact the promoters directly.

 

Add a conference / expo - If you know of an Accounting Technology conference or expo which would be a useful to link to, please email brief details to info@axia-consulting.co.uk

 

 


Joseph Stgeorge jul 5 16, 06:14
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Axia Consultants - How to Select a New Software System

10 key steps in selecting new Accounting, CRM, HR or Payroll systems

 

1. Specify your requirements. Either brainstorm and work out what you need, or save yourself time by using Axia’s Accounting, CRM, HR, Payroll or HR+Payroll Checklists.

 

2. Identify systems / software vendors. Check out the market, visit exhibitions, research the internet, talk to other users, create and issue an outline RFI/RFP.

 

3. Review software details, vendor responses. Compare against outline requirements. Identify a short list of 3 or 4 potential vendors that meet your requirements.

 

4. Attend system demonstrations with vendors. Confirm that the systems can meet your requirements. Reduce the list down to 2 or 3 preferred vendors with which to proceed further.

 

5. Refine your new system design thoughts - from what you have seen and heard, and from your original ideas / requirements.

 

6. Prepare and issue an extended RFI or RFP containing your detailed requirements to the preferred vendors. Carefully review and evaluate the responses.

 

7. Undertake further investigations - of all areas / relevant aspects of the software. Test and prototype system software - especially for complex requirements. Examine other areas eg hardware, network, database, system performance.

 

8. Attend detailed system demonstrations and meetings. Cover and resolve all points, issues and queries from the above with the preferred vendors.

 

9. Reference site visits. Visit at least 3 reference sites (and phone 3 more) of the preferred vendors. Listen and learn from their experiences.

 

10. Decision. From reviewing all the above information, it should be clear as to which system to purchase. Commence final negotiation, contractual and service level negotiations.


Joseph Stgeorge jun 20 16, 09:00
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