Huffine Software Consulting Services

BG Chamber offers computer training sessions

Submitted BOWLING GREEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce will present two computer and device training session in partnership with Huffine Software Consulting Services, October 11 at 9 a.m. and October 17 at 1:30 p.m., both s at The Four Corners Center, 130 S. Main St., Bowling Green, OH 43402. October 11 – Quickbooks 102: The Deep Mystery of COA (Chart of Accounts) Dive deep in understanding the significance of your company’s Chart of Accounts (e.g., account types, recording transactions, and running accurate reports). Learn how to properly record your fixed assets, interest and principal payments, expenses and income, depreciation and much more! The Chart of Accounts can make or break your recordkeeping processes. Learn the ins and outs of this list. Join us for this session to learn how to properly setup: Banking & Online Connections, Fixed Assets & Depreciation, Mortgage, Loans & Credit Cards, Income & Expenses & Inventory. October 17 – Microsoft Office: Caution-Mail Merge Ahead! Join us in learning how to create mail merge documents and sources (e.g., labels, envelopes, letters). Learn how to merge utilizing outside data sources from your system, Excel, and Access, just to name a few. Find out how to insert logos and pictures to create eye catching labels for your company. You must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word to attend this session. The cost for these classes: $99 per session or October Package Rate $175. Reservations are required. RSVP by contacting Marissa Muniz at or by calling (419) 353-7945. This event is presented by the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Huffine Software Consulting Services.

Huffine offers software consulting with a personal touch

By DAVID DUPONT BG Independent News Susan Huffine brings a personal touch to computer software issues. Huffine has launched HSC Services – Huffine Software Consulting Services – as a full-time business in August. She started the business in March as a part-time endeavor. Now the 1982 graduate of Bowling Green High School is offering knowledge acquired over several decades to area businesses. The software consultant offers a range of services, all customized to the customer’s particular requirements. That includes finding just what software a company needs and how to adapt it to its operations “so the software can work for their company rather than them working for the software.” Huffine also consults on how best to manage systems and analyze a business’s processes. She can set up a basic website and creating advanced databases and spreadsheets for companies. That wide range of services is all delivered with a personal touch. “I need to listen to them,” she said. “I need to ask them questions before I can get to the nitty gritty of what they really need. I cannot create database without them, constantly meeting with them asking questions.” Huffine comes from family of business people. Her father, Bob Huffine, ran a car repair shop in Custar, and her mother, Kay, did the books and continues to work part time at the Farmers and Merchants Bank in the village. “My mother taught me my love for numbers.” She’s proud to have the Huffine name on another business and feels her father, who died in January, is “watching me.” That family background in small business also gives her insight in what it’s like to operate a business, including how tight finances can be. She tries to set her fees accordingly. Huffine, though, didn’t set out to operate a business. She has always loved music and influenced by long-time high school choral director Jim Brown she went to Bowling Green State University to study vocal music. “But life didn’t direct me in that way.” She switched to business education. “I was floundering.” As a student worker in the Career Center at a time when computers were first taking hold, three counselors noted her high tech skills and advised her to go into business. She graduated with a business degree with specialization in Management Information Systems in 2000. Twelve years later she got her master’s in organizational development. With her degrees in hand,…