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Financing Equipment? 4 Things to Consider

Financing Equipment? 4 Things to Consider

As a growing business with so much changing and evolving, it can feel like a relief to keep a few things consistent. Your financing provider may be an excellent example of this phenomenon. For many...

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Cyber Crime: Can Your IT Upgrade Schedule Impact the Risk?

Cyber Crime: Can Your IT Upgrade Schedule Impact the Risk?

The U.S. has seen the cost of cyber crime quadruple from 2013 to 2015, and it is predicted to multiply itself again to reach 2.1 trillion globally by 2019. While it is common to associate cyber attacks with...

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Strategies for Embracing Automation

Strategies for Embracing Automation

Innovations have a long history of job disruption. But the rise of the robots and automation doesn't mean a jobless future for our human workforce.

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5 Steps to Shape the Customer Experience From Within

5 Steps to Shape the Customer Experience From Within

For modern organizations, there are only two advantages that cannot be duplicated: customer loyalty and employee loyalty. Simply put, the success of your business relies heavily on loyal colleagues serving...

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Navigating the

Navigating the "New Normal" in the Life Sciences Landscape

In 2017, the race for competitive advantage will lead enterprises in every industry sector look to technology to facilitate their own transformations,  according to a recent report by Deloitte. Businesses...

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Lease Accounting Changes: Sale and Leaseback

Lease Accounting Changes: Sale and Leaseback

What impact will the Accounting Standards Update have on equipment sale and leaseback transactions? The new guidance seeks to provide a more standard approach to evaluating when a “sale” takes place that...

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How Life Science Companies are Scoring Year-end Discounts Now, but Paying in 2017

How Life Science Companies are Scoring Year-end Discounts Now, but Paying in 2017

Year-end discounts from vendors are enticing, but many life science companies have already spent their annual budgets at this point in the year. Fortunately, these companies can still take advantage of year...

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Lease Accounting Changes

Lease Accounting Changes

In June of 1976, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released FAS 13 - Accounting for Leases. After years of deliberation, in the first quarter of 2016, the FASB finalized changes to the...

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