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When Can Too Much Access Put You and Your Company at Risk?

Companies, especially small businesses, often need employees to wear multiple hats and perform business functions in multiple areas.  When assigning tasks and providing system access to staff management might not think about a potential conflict in the functions being assigned.  While it’s nice at times to have a jack of all trades it can also [...]

By |January 9th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on When Can Too Much Access Put You and Your Company at Risk?

Time and Expense 9 (TE) – Creating a paperless Audit Trail for Employee Timesheets and Business Travel Expenses

Every company is subject to audits. Government contractors have to deal with annual financial audits as well as audits conducted by various government organizations. No one enjoys audits, it’s no party that’s for sure. Audits create a lot of additional work and stress for staff. Then you receive the infamous, PBC list and begin your [...]

By |October 6th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Time and Expense 9 (TE) – Creating a paperless Audit Trail for Employee Timesheets and Business Travel Expenses

Period defaulting in Costpoint 7

If you typically process a high volume of accounts payable vouchers, journal entries or other transactions in a given month, setting up a default period may make sense for you. It will save key strokes and speed data entry. The easiest method to set this up is to selecting the "Options" item from the drop [...]

By |August 9th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Period defaulting in Costpoint 7

User security in Costpoint

How good is your company's user security when it comes to accessing sensitive Costpoint data? It's an all to frequent occurrence that CFO's and CTO are surprised by the holes in a company's user security, such as data entry clerks having full access to control and configuration screens, or access to employee salary and personnel [...]

By |July 9th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on User security in Costpoint

Costpoint Multi-company Comparison

A company’s setup of multi-company depends on the processing needs of the organization and its associated organization codes. There are several ways to set up a new company: One single company containing multiple organizations where the organizations represent separate taxable entities or geographical locations. Single database with each company set up as a separate company [...]

By |January 16th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Costpoint Multi-company Comparison

How your entire organization can benefit from importing credit card transactions into Deltek Time & Expense™

What is one of the top complaints within your organization concerning expense reports? Most likely one of those complaints would be from the users on how long it takes to fill out the expenses on the report. Another common complaint may be from your accounting department that expenses are not processed in a timely manner, [...]

By |December 31st, 2013|Blog|Comments Off on How your entire organization can benefit from importing credit card transactions into Deltek Time & Expense™