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Quicksilver Express Courier dispatches its old system in favour of Sage Intacct

Delivery firm boosts profitability with breakthrough insights and efficiencies gained in Sage software

Dated system leads to errors

Over the years, Quicksilver outgrew a Microsoft Dynamics GP system dating back to the 1990s. Bank reconciliations and intercompany transactions across six entities became increasingly time-consuming as Quicksilver expanded. Reporting meant a lot of error-prone manual data manipulation in Excel, while the monthly close dragged out for nearly a month.

Using Microsoft Dynamics GP became a struggle. We weren’t getting what we needed out of a system that we were investing quite a bit of money in.

Maggie Rogness

Achieving the “Holy Grail”

Quicksilver is using Sage Intacct dimensional reporting to achieve its “Holy Grail” – individual profit and loss (P&L) reports for each of its hundreds of vehicles. Slice-and-dice reporting has allowed Quicksilver to spot vehicle insurance overpayments, while reporting insights also helped the company trim excess workers’ compensation insurance costs.

We’re very excited to have implemented a system in Sage Intacct that’s paid off 10-fold for us.

Maggie Rogness

A platform for expansion

Using Sage Intacct, Quicksilver has cut its monthly close by 50%, from 28 days to 14 days, while it estimates that overall accounting efficiency is up by 75%. With the time savings, Maggie can focus on value-add initiatives like Sage Intacct dashboards for Quicksilver leaders.

We’re able to look at expanding to new locations and scaling the business with Sage Intacct.

Maggie Rogness

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