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Spreadsheets and invoices got you down? Automate your finances and accounting

Presented by Oracle NetSuite

Presented by Oracle NetSuite

Let NetSuite show you how they’ll benefit your business with a free product tour at NetSuite.com/Kim.

Are your finances organized as well as you’d like? Come on, be honest. For most business owners, the answer is a reluctant “No.”

As your company grows, you have more expenses, more contractors, more KPIs and more hands managing it all. If your communication happens through email, over the phone, in messages and via spreadsheets, sooner or later, you’re going to hit a wall.

That’s why you need one platform that can do it all — and that includes taking some of those rote, repeatable tasks off your plate. We have a great solution: Our sponsor, NetSuite.

Upgrade to software that works for you

If you run a business, you need the right software. Are you fed up with QuickBooks?

That’s where NetSuite comes in. It’s the world’s No. 1 cloud business system for good reason. If you’re bogged down in spreadsheets stored locally on your computer, you’ll love the fact that you can access all your data in one place, whenever you want.

It’s so much more than just accounting software. NetSuite gives you visibility and control over your financials, HR, inventory, e-commerce and more — all in one place, instantaneously. Whether you’re doing a million or hundreds of millions in revenue, you can save time and money with NetSuite.

Stop paying for multiple systems that don’t give you the information you need when you need it. Ditch the spreadsheets and all the old software you’ve outgrown. Now is the time to upgrade to NetSuite.

See it in action for yourself –> Head to Netsuite.com/kim and get a free product tour.

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