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1 Collaborate Key Benefits See the Full Context of the Issues Sage Intacct Collaborate helps you both speed up and beer control accounting processes. With a single click you can see all messages related to a particular issue— giving you the complete context, from all participants, right as you're working on the resolution. And the ability to leave messages means you shouldn't ever have to repeat a story multiple times; just leave a note. Have the Conversation in the Place Where It Makes the Most Sense Forget email threads. Now finance, sales, and services teams can communicate wherever there's an issue, right inside Sage Intacct—on specific journal entries, accounts, projects, invoices, purchase requisitions, and D a t a s h e e t Collaborate Get the Details Right Dealing with non-routine transactions—clarifying policies, gathering missing information, resolving exceptions—can slow down or even derail critical financial processes. Communicate more quickly, efficiently, and effectively with Sage Intacct Collaborate, a secure social layer embedded into your Sage Intacct cloud financial management solution. It spans all your devices and processes, as well as all time zones, enabling individuals in finance, sales, and services to cooperatively address and resolve any issue. more. These conversations can appear simultaneously in Salesforce Sales Cloud, so sales teams can participate using their most familiar system. Bring the Whole Team Together When everyone's on the same page, your finance operation runs more smoothly. Sage Intacct Collaborate facilitates beer communication and teamwork across the entire company, and expedites processes and decision making. Salesforce customers get an additional benefit: the company's finance employees become members of its Salesforce Chaer network, which can be accessed directly from Sage Intacct for greater usability and convenience.

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