Quick – which online accounting program for small business has almost 90,000 customers and is launching in Australia in the next two months?
The software can recognise and automatically saves key information such as the supplier invoice number, ABN, and GST.
In this week’s episode of My Favourite Tech, Paul Meissner of Melbourne firm Five Ways Group shares why his favourite technology is the old standard, Skype.
The move to online accounting is often framed as imminent and inevitable. In reality a few firms will benefit, most will be average and some will struggle.
Online accounting company Saasu has introduced Forecaster, a new tool which predicts future cash flow for businesses from within Saasu.
This week, Digital First caught up with Ryan Lazanis of Xen Accounting about why Bitcoin is his favourite technology in our YouTube Series, MyFavTech.
Microsoft announced it would release a new program, Skype for Business, an enterprise-grade communications tool which would be available early next year.
As an accountant, it took me forever to realise why I needed a CRM. My motto has always been, “Anything you can do, I can do better with a spreadsheet”.
Online accounting company Xero has made one of its biggest acquisitions to date after it paid US$4.1 million for Monchilla.
Xero will need good software, its US$150 million in cash and more to achieve its lofty ambitions and take market share from Intuit in the US.
Accounting software company MYOB has launched its new online point-of-sale (POS) solution MYOB Kounta, the fruit of its minority investment in the startup in June.