Webinar: Driving Financial Health Through Reporting | May 18, at 2 p.m. (ET) | Register

COVID-19 may have slowed revenue streams, but your business still relies on financial health to remain operational. What can you do to ensure you have the resources to remain in business? Times like this reveal the true value of financial reporting in helping you manage expenses and making critical business decisions. As organizations adjust operations amidst the pandemic, financial reporting is an essential tool for navigating these difficult times. See how Accounting Seed is equipped to help you do just that.

Join our free webinar on Monday, May 18, at 2 p.m. (ET) focusing on the 5 reporting options Accounting Seed provides that will help you come out on top after COVID-19, led by Accounting Seed CEO, Tony Zorc. A veteran CPA, CFO, Internal Auditor, System Architect, and Entrepreneur with over 25 years of financial experience, Tony will take you through how to conserve resources while remaining competitive during this crisis through the following Accounting Seed tools:

1- Dashboards
2- Management Reports
3- Financial Reports
4- Xappex Spreadsheet Add-ins
5- Programmed Reports

Only 250 spots are available, so be sure to sign up soon and get some critical accounting insight during the COVID-19 pandemic.

About Tony Zorc

Leveraging his combined experience in public accounting, finance, and IT, Tony Zorc started Accounting Seed in 2008 with the goal of creating an innovative, open architecture accounting application on the Salesforce Platform. Now, more than 10 years later, Accounting Seed is an international company with over 14,000 licenses sold to customers worldwide, across all industries.

Tony’s unique approach to accounting and technology has earned Accounting Seed a place among CFO Tech Outlook’s Top 10 Accounting Solutions Providers – 2020.

Learn more about Tony and the Art of Leveling Up at TonyZorc.com

Schedule a free demo or contact us today to learn more.
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