the CAGR of the global accounting and finance software market from 2021 to 2026
of SMBs will spend more on accounting software than in 2022, prioritizing custom solutions
of accounting software buyers require a customized implementation
Whether you need an extensive ERP suite with financial management modules, a standard accounting system with a rich feature set, or a more specialized tool targeting certain processes, we’ll create a solution with the functional scope matching your requirements.
Itransition’s team provides end-to-end consulting and development services covering every step required to design, build, and maintain custom accounting software.
Through accurate business analysis, our consultants will elicit your goals and expectations, assess your software ecosystem and corporate workflows, and identify issues or inefficiencies. With these evaluations in mind, they will help you define the accounting solution’s functional and non-functional requirements, select an optimal tech stack, and set up an adoption roadmap detailing the project's scope, budget, and schedule.
Based on the software specification detailing architecture, features, and UX/UI, we perform front-end and back-end development through multiple iterations according to the Agile methodology. For AI-based solutions, we also carry out data pre-processing, modeling, and AI model integration into the software architecture. Finally, we set up all necessary software integrations via pre-built connectors, APIs, or ESB.
Itransition’s team takes care of quality assurance and testing, including functional, performance, compatibility, and security tests, to address bugs, UX design mistakes, or other issues that can affect the software components, ensuring your application is safe and reliable. We also establish focus groups to evaluate software usability and rely on test automation tools to streamline the testing phase.
Our company provides adaptive, perfective, corrective, and preventive maintenance services to supervise and optimize your custom solution, together with demoing, user training, and support to help your company implement the application into its financial operations. We can also upgrade your accounting software with new modules, features, and functional improvements according to your requirements and feedback.
Custom solutions can be equipped with fully personalized feature sets based on your operational scenario, so consider implementing the following functionalities to streamline and automate key accounting processes.
We integrate your custom accounting solution with other applications to enable seamless financial data exchange and turn your corporate toolkit into a unified software ecosystem. Our experts will also help you select the most suitable integration model.
to retrieve data on partners, orders, and payments and prepare financial plans based on sales performance
to add information on customers, orders, and payment terms to invoices, facilitating quote and bill management
to track financial performance via intuitive dashboards and streamline budgeting, auditing, and reporting
to import product information for more accurate order and invoice management
to streamline expense management and calculate payroll and compensation based on working hours and shifts
to speed up purchase order approval and match orders with the related invoices
to record financial transactions in the general ledger and sub-ledgers
to import data on in-store and ecommerce transactions and monitor customer payment history
to facilitate reconciliation between corporate records and bank statements
to calculate the value of materials and products and generate stock reports in real time
to track equipment value, maintenance costs, and depreciation
At the beginning of your accounting software adoption project, Itransition's consultants will help you decide whether to build a custom application from scratch or purchase an off-the-shelf solution. Here are some parameters to keep in mind.
A bespoke set of features and modules to meet your specific business needs
A fixed range of built-in features established by the software vendor
Higher upfront investment for the software development process
Higher long-term costs of ownership to cover the license fees
Longer adoption time frame due to design, development, and testing
Faster time-to-market as the solution is ready for deployment
Your in-house IT staff takes care of software updates, fine-tuning, and troubleshooting
The software subscription typically includes ongoing maintenance, support, and updates
Extensive configuration and customization options to adapt to your changing accounting needs
Limited possibilities within predefined settings the vendor decided upon
More flexible custom integrations configured by your IT specialists
Native, pre-configured integrations working with compatible third-party software
The solution is adjusted to your existing workflows and tech stack, so its introduction requires minor changes
Adopting software with fixed functionalities may require multiple operational or technical changes
Enterprises with specific business requirements and established workflows
Organizations with limited budgets and more flexible business processes
Implementing a custom solution into your accounting processes will boost the operational and decision-making capabilities of your finance department and organization as a whole.
Accounting software can perform clerical tasks on a large scale with near 100% accuracy, mitigating the risk of operational disruption and the average amount of rework caused by human errors.
Accounting software solutions enable companies to streamline or completely automate time-consuming and labor-intensive processes, such as financial data entry, reducing manual efforts, execution times, and operational costs.
Equipped with data analytics modules or integrated with business intelligence solutions, accounting applications enable efficient data collection, business performance tracking, and financial forecasting to optimize corporate budgeting.
Process automation via accounting programs minimizes manual processing of financial data and other human interactions that can lead to unintentional leaks of sensitive information or fraudulent actions by malicious users.
Accounting software’s superior accuracy in executing financial management tasks, such as AP/AR calculation, general ledger reporting, and reconciliation, facilitates the company’s adherence to increasingly stringent standards and regulatory requirements.
Several variables can influence the development cost and TCO of a custom accounting software solution. Consult Itransition’s experts for a preliminary budget estimate based on your specific needs and business scenario.
The set of features and modules making up the accounting solution and defining its capabilities
The number of users who will access the tool and UX/UI customizations based on user roles
The cost of the technologies used, including cloud-based services, third-party licenses, and hardware
The environment where the application will be hosted (on-premises, cloud, or hybrid/multi-cloud)
The number and type of data or software integrations with external sources and other systems
Any data-related activity, such as data cleansing, annotation, transformation, storage, and migration
Project manager, business analyst, designers, developers, QA engineers, DevOps engineer, and other niche specialists
Various activities to train users, ensure your software’s correct operation, and provide further upgrades
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