Ted Dacko to Present on Why Cloud-based Budgeting is Perfect for Community Colleges
Sept 23, 2013 – XLerant Inc., the leading provider of SaaS cloud-based budgeting software and creator of BudgetPak, today announced that CEO Ted Dacko will present at CCBO’s Annual International Conference, a premier event for leaders in Community College institutions. Dacko will be presenting a Monday morning educational session —entitled “Why Cloud-based Budgeting is Perfect for Community Colleges”.
“Presidents of colleges want a budget that supports the strategy of the institution, not one that is based simply on history or politics. And faculty & staff want a system that allows them to budget in the way they think about their departments,” says Dacko. “The cloud is the solution.” Mr. Dacko’s extensive industry experience and his leadership positions at organizations including Hyperion and Orion Micro Systems, brings a fresh view on budgeting challenges and cloud-based solutions.
The Community College Business Officers (CCBO) is a leading community of business professionals in Higher Education. “We are pleased to have the opportunity to speak CCBO’s Annual Conference. Community College leaders face unique challenges in the budgeting process. The cloud allows for better results that are tied to strategy, in less time, with fewer errors,” commented Dako.
The CCBO Annual International Conference will be held on September 29th through Tuesday October 4th at the Westin Mission Hills in Palm Springs. For more information please visit: http://www.ccbo.org/conference/
XLerant is a SaaS software solutions company that builds and implements innovative, practical and incredibly powerful browser-based budget preparation software for mid-sized and large organizations and higher education institutions, energizing a “Culture of Budget Accountability” among users. The company serves customers in several industries. XLerant’s premier budgeting and planning application, BudgetPak, replaces spreadsheet-based budgeting and provides maximum user flexibility and financial controls. Improved communication, greater ownership of the numbers and increased transparency enable companies to better manage financial performance throughout the fiscal year.