A Career of Technology Milestones from Terry Lister, CPA

Written by Marty Bird, Director of Marketing at Leaf Software Solutions I recently sat down with Terry Lister, CPA and manager of the Dynamics GP practice at Leaf Software Solutions. Terry offers a glimpse into his journey through the technology landscape starting in 1975 as he embarked upon his accounting career. How did you get Read the full article »

Leaf Software Solutions Partners with Indiana CPA Society

Indianapolis — Leaf Software Solutions has announced a new Strategic Partnership with the Indiana CPA Society. Indiana CPA Society Strategic Partners are companies that have supported the Society and worked closely with its members throughout the year. Leaf Software Solutions works with accounting and finance professionals to create and/or customize a software solution that best Read the full article »

Events at Leaf Strengthen Relationships

We are pleased and grateful to be able to hold events at the Leaf Software Solutions office. As we have recently developed a deeper relationship with local outsourced accounting firm A.C.T. Services, we put our heads together to find a way to add value to the business community. Here’s a synopsis of what we have Read the full article »

Success Story: Leaf Improves its Process to Deliver Customer Delight

The Situation: Justin Kruse, Power Platform Practice Lead at Leaf, identified an opportunity to address two key challenges with Leaf’s internal sales and operations processes. Both challenges directly affect customer satisfaction, and the solution would create a positive impact for Leaf. Since these obstacles were not easily overcome using the traditional project management tools, Justin Read the full article »

Success Story: IMPA Speaks with One Voice After Implementing CRM

The Situation: Raj Rao, Chief Executive Officer and President of the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) understood communication throughout his organization was suffering from a versioning problem. On any given day, IMPA departmental staff would interact with personnel from their member communities, but the information obtained during those interactions would not be available to others Read the full article »