Free for Xero Silver and above partners or A$149 a month as part of Xero Practice Studio.
Accounting software company Reckon is hoping sharp pricing will propel its cloud accounting program at its re-launch on 31 May. The refreshed Reckon One looks better than the old one and has some neat features such as a customisable and interactive dashboard. But it’s biggest drawcard will be the price. The base package is A$5 per month and extra modules start at A$3 each. “A builder with basic payroll and bank feeds would pay just A$11 a month,” said Sam Allert, Reckon’s new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, at the Sydney roadshow. Reckon One is the only program…
Two developers have written 5Things, a daily email which sends a business owner advice on what they should focus on to improve their business.
From July 1 Xero will charge A$2 a month for every employee over 100 on the Premium 100 plan up to a maximum of 200 staff.
Users can view how many outstanding items are waiting, how many are not ready for export, and how many items are in processing.
Journalists were given a sneak peak of the redesigned user interface this week at an expo held by Amazon Web Services, which hosts the online application.
Xero’s year on year subscriptions grew 81 percent to $NZ121 million. However, the company made a net loss of $NZ69.5 million.
MYOB has released an early version of its fringe benefits tax form to a closed group of partners. The beta online tax program includes digital signatures.
The tool is only available from the Advisors menu and is not intended to be used by business owners.
When a user clicks on a Microsoft document Dropbox opens it in Microsoft Office Online, a lightweight version of Microsoft Office that runs in the browser.
Last month Reckon let slip new delivery dates for its accounting software.