QuickBooks is an amazing tool for managing businesses and even nonprofits in the early stages of their organizational development. It’s well known. It’s easy. And it works. But when your church or nonprofit begins to grow and take on more and more complexity in reporting requirements, fund accounting, and...Read More
AcctTwo Shared Services is a Houston, TX based consulting firm, Intacct Premier Partner, and provider of Business Process as a Service outsourced accounting.
Marcus Wagner’s background as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers taught him first-hand the benefits of outsourcing back-office accounting processes for large firms. Realizing that smaller businesses could benefit from those same services, Marcus founded AcctTwo in 2010 and established the company as a provider of outsourced back-office processes, as well as a leading channel partner for Intacct. The firm has grown from 3 employees to 40 in just 5 years. With clients in more than 30 states and a growing international presence, the firm has shown versatility in implementing and supporting Intacct across a variety of industries, as well as developing comprehensive industry-specific vertical solutions in the software, services, and non-profit sectors.
- Intacct Overall Business Partner of the Year 2014 and 2015
- Intacct President’s Club member 2011-2015
- Bob Scott’s VAR Stars List 2014 and 2015
- Accounting Today VARS to Watch 2015
- Houston Business Journal Fast 100 11th fastest growing company in Houston 2015
For more information, please visit www.accttwo.com or call 713-744-8400.
Reliable Accounting Packages – Reports You Can Trust Data integrity in your accounting system is paramount. You must have confidence your data is accurate or it becomes useless. If church leaders have to question the accuracy of financial reports, their lack of trust can force the finance team to perform ongoing research...Read More
Since Microsoft introduced Excel nearly 30 years ago, businesses and nonprofits have benefited from the power of the spreadsheet. As BI, or business intelligence, became more important, new requirements emerged. The need for unique calculations – graphing and macros (automating tasks in a spreadsheet) – became instrumental in the process of...Read More
Just yesterday, on August 19th, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) announced changes to how nonprofits present their financial reporting. This is the first change to these standards since the current rules were established in 1993. The new rules are designed to help nonprofits do a better job of telling...Read More
Having Many Ministries Leads to an Unwieldy Chart of Accounts Anyone who has worked in church finance and accounting knows that churches have unique and specific needs. Nearly all churches, especially growing ones with expanding operations, have ministries. They may have dozens, or they may have fewer than ten. These...Read More