Massey Consulting Helps the Carolina Hurricanes Score by Moving them to the CloudGet a Biscuit in the Basket

Carolina Hurricanes
"Sage Intacct is very simple to use and still has the robust capabilities needed to run our business."- Shaun Nicholson, Director of Finance at the Carolina Hurricanes

Dashboards, multi-entity reporting, dimensions, and better financial reporting were key selling points when the Hurricanes were looking at new ERP options. Massey Consulting worked with them to replace Sage Platinum ( an unsupported product line) with cloud-based Sage Intacct that provided greater flexibility for reporting, dashboards for real-time data, and a paperless office environment.

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Financial reporting to flexibility within the system were huge “must-have” items for the Carolina Hurricanes. They were struggling with Platinum due to the lack of a reliable reporting package that could produce real-time reports.


By switching to Sage Intacct, the Hurricanes gained a flexible, cloud-based system that allows them to slice and dice data to see the financial performance of the various revenue streams associated with a single event. The dashboards allow them to disseminate information quickly and effortlessly.


Moving to Sage Intacct also gave the Hurricanes an easier to use User Interface (UI) that has been one of the best benefits for their team. The simplicity and intuitiveness of the UI has allowed for a less painful transition for system users. And, the Sage Intacct UI made it easy to train new employees.

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I have known Philip for 10 years as he provided Great Plains support to Ganymede Software and Geomagic, Inc. He is very knowledgeable of Great Plains and provides excellent customer service. Philip does a superb job in conveying ways that Great Plains can add value to the company. I recommend Philip and Massey Consulting as a great resource for Great Plains assistance.

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Controller, Ganymede Software and Geomagic, Inc.