RALEIGH, N.C. May 16, 2017 – Massey Consulting, a leading accounting software consulting firm, announced Philip Massey, CPA will present at a Lunch and Learn in conjunction with the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA), on May 23rd at 11:30 am at The Frontier in the Research Triangle Park, NC.
Massey will present ‘7 Ways Legacy Software Can Cost You Money and Put You at Risk’. The presentation will provide a learning opportunity for those interested in staying current with their ERP solution and networking at the end.
The presentation will illustrate how outdated software and technology can: keep you anchored to your desk, have a negative ROI, create silos of data, and other negatives. Updating to more recently developed software utilizing up-to-date cloud technology provides power benefits such as access to real-time information, hassle-free updates and enhancements, and the ability to automate routine activities and spend more time as an advisor.
“Massey Consulting is excited to host our first lunch and learn with NCTA,” said Philip Massey, President of Massey Consulting. “We are looking forward to sharing our experience, providing value to NCTA members, and furthering our partnership with NCTA by providing co-branded events around the community.”
The lunch and learn will be taught by Philip Massey, CPA, and president of Massey Consulting. He has had nearly 20 years of experience in the software side of the accounting industry working with software solutions such as Microsoft Dynamics GP and Intacct.
The event will be held at the Bridge at the Frontier in the Research Triangle Park on May 23rd from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, with time for members to network afterward. The lunch and learn is open to all NCTA members and non-members. For more information or to reserve your seat visit the NCTA website by clicking here.
About Massey Consulting
Founded in 2002, Massey Consulting is a reseller for accounting software products Intacct and Microsoft Dynamics GP. Our consultants boast a wealth of practical field experience gained as controllers, accountants and information system professional in a wide range of business environments. We are certified, recognized experts in each of the software solutions we offer. Our clients benefit from efficient, integrated solutions that allow them to focus more their business and less on their software. Massey Consulting currently serves over 80 clients across the United States and Canada. www.masseyconsulting.net
About North Carolina Technology Association
Founded in 1993, the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit association focused on advancing the state’s tech industry. NCTA has 700+ member companies, organizations, and institutions representing more than 200,000 North Carolina-based employees. NCTA brings together executives around the business of technology for peer interaction, educational programming, information share, relationship building, and networking. NCTA hosts a lineup of executive-level programming from large events to small peer meetings across the state. www.nctechnology.org