Overall Satisfaction with Sage Intacct
I use Sage primarily to reconcile our GL accounts to TB, monitor accounts, post journal entries, and keep track of our fixed assets. Sage addresses our need to keep track of an extensive list of assets from our growing number of practice locations, as well as provided a user-friendly way to do basic accounting concerns. I think it took me less than 2 weeks to be comfortable with Sage at a more than a basic level.
- GL reporting
- Fixed Asset depreciation
- User Friendly
- I wish that the depreciation module would post catchup entries for asset lines that are entered at dates prior to the current month
- Sometimes manually posting a journal entry with many lines, especially after duplicating it off another entry, the system will totally lag out. I believe it is due to manually changing so many lines or taking more than 10 minutes [to set] up the entry. Therefore, I prefer to import every entry I can, saving manual entries only for simple 2 line DR/CR entries
- Well again from a learning curve perspective, being able to be comfortable with SAGE without having another co-worker over my shoulder for a month saves tons of time and money for the company. I was able to get up and running within 2 weeks it seemed, having no prior SAGE experience when I started.
Automating intercompany entries has saved a ton of time for myself and others. I'm not familiar with the AP and AR automations, however not having to worry about I/C saves a lot of time.
I'm unsure of the configuring process. All I can say (and this goes back to earlier questions on what I think could be better) is that the custom reporting module for creating a new report is somewhat confusing.
Do you think Sage Intacct delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Sage Intacct's feature set?
Did Sage Intacct live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Sage Intacct go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Sage Intacct again?
Because the system is so simple, I would consider having SAGE experience a non-factor when interviewing a new role. I know some decisions for other hires since I have been hired factored in SAGE experience but because the system is so easy to understand right off the bat, I think anyone can get it down within 2 weeks or less. Other systems I have used have a much longer learning curve, specifically JD Edwards