Yearly Archives: 2010

Welcome Bhavin Pathak to our Professional Services team!

Vin Pathak We’re excited to introduce the newest member of the 3C Software team. This week Bhavin (Vin) Pathak joins our professional services group as an Application Specialist. Vin holds Bachelors Degrees in Accounting and Law as well as an MBA with an emphasis in financial management from Gujarat University in India. In addition, his […]

Black Boxes: Great for Airplanes, Terrible for Forecasting

We’ve all heard of black boxes on airplanes that track critical flight data. Without discrimination, the black box records everything that is happening in the cockpit and on the aircraft. And in the event of an emergency, it’s up to the accident investigators to decipher the recorded data and put the pieces together to determine […]

Wired! ImpactECS selected as Enterprise Cost System for WireCo WorldGroup

14 October 2010 Atlanta, Georgia FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WireCo WorldGroup, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has selected the ImpactECS Enterprise Costing System by 3C Software as the centralized product costing system for its seven manufacturing facilities. For over 75 years WireCo, which produces wire rope, synthetic rope, high carbon wire and wire assemblies for a […]

3C Software Named to Software Magazine 28th Annual Software 500

30 September 2010 Atlanta, Georgia FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3C Software today announced its inclusion on Software Magazine’s Software 500 ranking of the world’s largest software and service providers, now in its 28th year. 3C Software was ranked 486th, with 2009 software revenues of $3.1 million. "The 2010 Software 500 results show that revenue growth in […]

What’s more important, standard costs or actual costs?

Professors Jennifer Dosch, CMA and Joel Wilson, CPA, recently published an article in Strategic Finance Magazine discussing the differences between textbook and real-life product costing for manufacturers. They took a look at three consumer packaged goods manufacturers to undercover the methodologies used to calculate product costs. “Based on our analysis of three companies that differ […]

3C Software joins ranks of largest software companies

It’s an exciting day around the office as the Software Magazine 500 rankings were released today. For the first time 3C Software has broken into the rankings as the 486th largest software company in the world. Here’s a little bit about the ranking: The Software 500 is a revenue-based ranking of the world’s largest software […]

3C Software Announces the Latest Release of Cost Management Software

25 March 2010 Atlanta, Georgia FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3C Software announced the release of Impact:ECS version 6.5 at its first ever virtual users conference this week. The latest version of this best-of-breed cost accounting software focuses on expanding the reach of cost data within organizations through the use of web-enabled and integration functionality. Available in […]

So, how do you like the new website?

We’re really excited about the new look of 3C Software, but we’d love to hear what you think. Tell us what features and new additions you like and what other enhancements you’d like to see. Here are some of our favorites: Product Overview:  Check out this animated short video that describes how the ImpactECS Enterprise […]

How have the changes in the world economy affected how your company views cost management?

A recent article published by Jonathan Schiff and Allen Schff discussed the importance of cost leadership to tackle these challenging economic times. Their premise is that “cost leadership is reflected in a culture that, independent of macroeconomic circumstances, pursues a lowcost, high-quality, customer-centric approach to managing the business.” Read the entire article here: http://www.allbusiness.com/economy-economic-indicators/economic-conditions-recession/13422252-1.html How […]

Is your finance role “strategic”?

Alix Stuart of CFO.com asks this question about the role of CFOs in today’s businesses. Do you find that your role has become more or less strategic over time? And, does this change benefit the company? Read all of Alix’s article here: http://www.cfo.com/article.cfm/14449015/c_14452660?f=home_todayinfinance