A 105-year-old company that invented the checkbook explains how it used products from Salesforce and Microsoft to transform from a tangle of disparate businesses that 'no one really understood' to a sales powerhouse
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Deluxe is best known for inventing the checkbook in 1915. Now, the 105-year-old company is trying to modernize with new technology and a more transparent culture. 

After acquiring more than 50 companies, the business was wildly fragmented, CEO Barry McCarthy said, spurring him to try to unify it using software tools from the likes of Salesforce, Microsoft Teams, Workday and SAP.

The transformation process started with Salesforce, because the most pressing need was to bring all the company's...

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