Making Work from Home Work for Your Business

Making Work from Home Work For Your Business

As the world works hard to prevent the spread of the coronavirus through testing and social distancing, more employers than ever are implementing work-from-home policies to promote the strategy to fighting the coronavirus. Even before the pandemic began, telecommuting was experiencing growth, with 4.3 million professionals doing their work at home at least half the…

Posted on March 19, 2020 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

Building Long-term Relationships

Cultivating Long-term Relationships with Customers…The Centreviews Way

When you’ve been in business for nearly two decades, you see a lot. One thing we’ve noticed is new companies crop up anytime there are advances in technology. Every few months, there seems to be another group of new SaaS businesses, each eager to win customers and beat the competition. As a provider of technology…

Posted on December 13, 2017 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

6 Simple AP Software Adoption Tips

Software Adoption Tips for Team Members Who Don’t Like Change

You know that your new accounts payable automation software will improve your team’s productivity, visibility and increase your cash flow and now, more than ever, companies are committed to moving to the cloud and SaaS solutions. According to a recent study conducted by Intel Security, In 15 months, 80% of all IT budgets will be committed…

Posted on October 2, 2017 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

Building Long-Term Professional Relationships to Boost Your Career

Help Your Career by Building Long-Term Professional Relationships

If you’ve been in the business world for a while, you’ve likely discovered how easy it is to build a camaraderie with coworkers, clients, and other business associates. As you move from one job to another throughout your career, you may have the opportunity to continue to work with past coworkers, colleagues, vendors, and contractors,…

Posted on September 19, 2017 by Liang McIntosh-Yee


Supply Chain Financing [Slideshow]

There are many advantages to supply chain financing. Supply chain financing allows businesses to extend their payment terms to suppliers – while at the same time – providing the option for suppliers to get paid early. Through supply chain financing, buyers are able to optimize working capital and potentially reduce product costs.

Posted on September 7, 2016 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

LinkedIn Business Development Tips

Leverage Your Professional Profile on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is essential to any business professional’s networking efforts. With a comprehensive profile, workers can make valuable connections that can lead to job offers or business opportunities. At every level of an organization, the relationships built through professional social networking can be used to get referrals and strengthen existing relationships. But many professionals set up…

Posted on September 6, 2016 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

Vetting Vendors in the Accounting Industry

5 Key Questions for Vetting and Setting Up Vendors in Accounting

Businesses rely on their vendors/suppliers to provide products or services in a timely manner. In many cases, a business needs those products or services to help its own customers. If something breaks down in the supply chain process, it could interfere with their ability to run their own operations. For an accounting department, the right…

Posted on July 11, 2016 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

Busting the Myth of Data Extraction: OCR and EDI

When people are evaluating whether to automate their accounts payable or accounts receivable processes, one of the first things to always come up is the capture process. How do you capture document information? Do you use OCR or EDI? How accurate is your data extraction? One thing is clear, and that is that people are…

Posted on November 9, 2015 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

Isn’t Paper Supposed to be Dying?

Paper is Dead For the past ten years, you’ve been hearing that paper is dead. Not just in the accounting world, but books, newspapers, and magazines were supposed to be gone by now. Checks were going to be a thing of the past. Bills and snail mail? Never again. Yet here we are in 2015,…

Posted on October 1, 2015 by Liang McIntosh-Yee

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