If data is in two places, which one is wrong?

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NetBooksRidgley Evers was instrumental in the creation of one of the widely used small business accounting software program, QuickBooks.

After a few tours of Italy, (see Davero.com) among other stops, he is back addressing a familiar problem with a different approach. That new approach is something called NetBooks.

He was a guest on the most recent episode of the Duct Tape Marketing podcast.

NetBooks is an online (SaaS) offering that addresses data for the small business as an integrated set of power tools. Those tools start with CRM, Marketing, Sales, Inventory, Manufacturing, Production, Shipping and, yes, bookkeeping – tied to one data source.

There are others out there promoting this approach, but not for what NetBooks calls the “true small business” – 2-50 employees.

One of the problems NetBooks is attempting to address is the age old small business problem of storing data in multiple databases (scraps of paper) – If data is in two places, one of them is wrong – Ridgely Evers.

AT&TThis episode of the Duct Tape Marketing podcast is brought to you by att.com/onwardsmallbiz. Resources for the small business owner.


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