Check out these Red Wing Software customers who made the news!
Accounting and Payroll customer Brandon Schafer, of Schafer Farms, represented the Minnesota Pork Producers Association as a delegate to the National Pork Producers Council Annual Meeting earlier this month in Orlando, Florida. Schafer was among 130 U.S. farmers from 44 states who elected four pork producers to the NPPC Board of Directors.
Red Wing Software customer Fairmont Farm, Inc. was featured in the February 10, 2013 issue of Hoard’s Dairyman in the article, “High Forage is Their Dietary Strategy”.
CenterPoint Accounting and Payroll customer, Fiedler Finishing, Crystal Lean and Country Pork was featured in the February 2013 issue of The Farmer. Stephanie and Paul Fiedler were chosen by MN Pork as top environmental stewards. The Fiedlers built their pork operation from scratch, allowing them to implement progressive management practices.
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Here are the results of a survey conducted by Aatrix, the company that handles eFiling for Red Wing Software payroll systems.
By Stephanie Elsen
Budgeting is an estimation of the revenue and expenses for your company over a specified future period of time. In order for your budget to benefit you, it needs to be monitored on a regular basis.
Budgeting lets you look at “what-if” scenarios. What if you purchased a new asset? What would be the change to your cash flow? This enables you to make smarter buying decisions.
So yes, a budget can definitely help you! All CenterPoint Accounting Software products contain budgeting capabilities. If you are interested in getting help setting up and using budgets in CenterPoint, call your Customer Care support number, and the support experts will be happy to help you!
“Creating the Best Management Software Experience” is our vision at Red Wing Software. Now, we don’t pretend that we are perfect in every way, but we do try hard to reach this vision every day. Even if our software was completely error free, there is much more in creating the best “experience.”
The experience that our (and your) customers get when they deal with us (you) involves the entire organization. When you think about every contact point a customer has with any company, you start to see the importance of the experience. For example, at Red Wing Software, these contact points include; printed sales and marketing materials, salesperson conversations, Web site, front desk personnel, support people, the invoice the customer receives, the packaging of the product, and all of these experiences can take place before they even see the software.
So, when we think about the “experience,” we look at every function and process in the company that can affect a customer’s opinion of us. Most importantly, the only way we can improve on this experience is to get feedback from our -customers. So, please let us know whenever you feel there is something we can do to improve your “experience” working with us.