INTERNET APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
MID MARKET ERP DEVELOPMENT
by Joe Zhou
I had a great time and learned so much at the Intacct Advantage 2013 Partner and Customer Conference that I want to share with you my key takeaways. According to Taylor MacDonald, Intacct’s Vice President of Channels, the event attracted more than 1,000 attendees, 35 exhibitors and managed more than 60 break-out sessions. I included here an attendance overview from Intacct. Geoff Moore’s keynote was very inspiring. Intacct Advantage was perfectly organized and very successful. I look forward to attending next year and learning about what Intacct is doing next!
Below are a few tips I learned from the break-out sessions:
1.) How to upload an attachment folder
2.) How to interpret standard Intacct error messages
3.) If you need an external application as part of your platform development, they recommend to keep it light and not store sensitive data on it.
4.) Intacct's open-sourced Php wrapper classes for their Web Services API are found hosted here: Github
5.) One key change in September's release is that the sender ID and password are no longer required to make AJAX API calls. Therefore, AJAX API calls do not count toward your quota on Web service calls. This change is great for customers with custom applications utilizing the Intacct AJAX tool-kit.
I hope you find these takeaways useful as you navigate Intacct's platform. I look forward to learning more at Intacct Advantage 2014!