Are you still cutting paper checks?

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Are you still cutting paper checks?

Does your printer have ink? Do you have enough blank checks in your stack? Have you carved out an entire day to run your payroll? We believe these are questions you shouldn’t have to be asking yourself!

Even in the 21st century, many companies are still managing their payroll using manual, paper methods. While it may feel cumbersome, it can also feel comfortable, and it’s sometimes easier to continue with your methods than it is to do something new. But in the last couple of years, many things have gone virtual, and your employees may be expecting the same. There’s also the chance your workload is so big that it is time to take your accounting into the digital age.

Managing your business finances doesn’t have to feel difficult or time-consuming. With the help of new technologies and a partner to guide you, what used to take hours or even an entire day of work, could be simplified with a few clicks of a button. At Devine, we have experience using various cloud-based technology platforms like Quickbooks and SageIntacct, as well as the necessary processes to create efficiency while using them. These new methods give you ease of use, and accessibility, and, most importantly, they save time.

It can be overwhelming to try something new, but you don’t have to do it alone.

Let’s talk! We’re ready to help you find the right tool to bring your accounting methods up to speed.

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Jennifer Devine

I'm an experienced finance professional with more than 20 years of experience. I've held several Controller positions throughout my career, most notably with an internationally respected commercial real estate investment, management, and brokerage firm. In this role, I was responsible for all aspects of accounting across the company's many operational divisions - including internet services, real estate development, property management, and brokerage services. As our company operated in multiple countries and currencies, it was essential to me that all financial reports were accurate and compliant.