08 Aug
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According to a Gartner report published last April, ¨By 2025, 80% of enterprises will have shut down their traditional data center, versus 10% today¨. Digital Infrastructures like the NAP of the Americas will emerge, and lead the way. The Miami NAP (owned by Equinix) is the fourth-largest Internet exchange point in the U.S. and serves as a strategic hub for Equinix customers servicing Latin America. It hosts the termination points of 15 sub-sea cable systems and more than 120 global networks connecting some 150 countries. 

It literally represents, from a data center and telecommunications standpoint, the gateway to the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. It always has since it was built,” Karl Strohmeyer, president, Americas, for Equinix, said in a phone interview with the Miami Herald back in May 2017. “And what that means is lots of data and cloud communications go in and out of that building. ... It has six floors and two of the floors have not been built out so there is a lot of growth we look forward to unleashing.”

Now, Equinix is adding more than 60,000 square feet on the 5th floor of the Network Access Point (NAP) to ensure that their customers and partners like SLAS Consulting can keep leading the way in the digital era. And they want to celebrate it with all of us.

SLAS Consulting, Consensus Hosting Services Partner, is extending Equinix invitation to all of Consensus Customers to a Celebration next Thursday at Epic Hotel that will include optional tours of NAP of The Americas.

Date: Thursday, August 16th
Time: 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tours: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Epic Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131 (with optional tours of NAP of The Americas)

Notes:

  • Transportation between the Epic Hotel and NAP will be provided
  • Parking will be covered
  • If you need special assistance, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Why do we think you should attend?

  1. If your systems are not hosted now, chances are they will be in the future (If we believe the Gartner Report) and this is an opportunity to get a glimpse at how the future looks.
  2. If your systems are already hosted with our Hosting Service Partner, SLAS Consulting, you will get to meet all the team in person, and visit the impressive facilities where your systems live.
  3. Security measures are especially strict at the NAP, and it is rare to be granted access.

Space is limited, so early registration is recommended. To register, click here. 

Some interesting facts about NAP of the Americas

  • Located in central Miami, NAP is a purpose-built data center designed to withstand category five hurricanes
  • Construction started in 2000, and it came online in June 2001, just after the dot-com bubble burst and three months before 9/11 - "the worst time in internet history to bring a company like this one online", according to NAP engineer Ben Stewart
  • The building has an uninterrupted power supply provided by 12 systems
  • More than 160 carriers exchange information

 

 

 

 

 

12 Jul
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What happens when your customers outgrow Quickbooks? What do you do?

Is there a software that could improve your own business management and at the same time answer all your customer's needs? A software neither you or your customers will ever outgrow?

CPAs could become leaders in their customer's Digital Transformation, leveraging a software such as SAP Business One, adding strategic value to their services and helping their customers grow and become more competitive in the Digital Era.

Consensus will be at the Accounting and Finance Trade Show in LA on July 25-26, and we are excited to announce that we will be presenting a special offer for CPA Firms, including FREE Training and FREE data conversion from Quickbooks into SAP Business One! Visit us at Booth #713!!!

 

Want to know more? Click here or feel free to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

CPA Firms> Deliver consistent, high-value services to your clients with SAP Business One software for professional services and consulting firms. Establish a repeatable process for service delivery – and improve resource planning, project management, billing, and more.

  • End-to-end business management– Get full visibility into opportunity and bid management, resourcing, billing, project management, sales and marketing, and more
  • CRM– Access up-to-date sales and marketing information, forecasts, and order history – and zero-in on profitable customers with repeat business opportunities
  • Resource supply management– Identify qualified and available employees, recruits, and contingent workers – and optimize overall resource management
  • Business process management– Manage end-to-end business processes for selling services, scheduling resources, delivering projects, invoicing, and more

When you introduce SAP Business One to your Small and Medium-size Customers, they will

  • Run their business’ software affordably
  • Handle all their company needs in one solution
  • Power their business growth with keen analytics
  • Run their business while they’re on the go with the SAP Business One mobile apps

 As their CPA, you will:

  • Generate new business opportunities
  • Increase your recurring revenue stream
  • Catapult your customer’s loyalty
  • Become a strategic partner for your customers, beyond your traditional accounting functionality
  • Add strategic value to your services: you will help your customers grow.

Read our Brief "The Future of CFOs and CPAs. Become leaders in your customers' Digital Transformation" to find out more about this amazing opportunity finance leaders have to stay ahead of the pack!

02 Jul
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Lorena Guillen is a Senior Consultant for Consensus. She began her journey with Consensus as a customer when she needed a new ERP system for her company. After a successful experience with the software, Lorena became an experienced user and began a new career as a consulting specialist for Consensus customers. Lorena’s first-hand experience with the software allows her to guide her customers through obstacles they may encounter during implementation. She also teaches prospective users how to deal with common pains that arise when making the transition to a new ERP. Lorena is currently living in Texas with her husband and is the proud owner of a few ranches. When she is not busy guiding her customers to success, Lorena is taking care of her many farm animals, amongst them, an orphan baby goat that has taken over her office and is one of her hardest workers.