SAP Business ByDesign is back from the dead. How much has changed and what happens next? We provide some answers.
Hear from two professional services organizations who left spreadsheets behind in favor of tracking and reporting using a cloud-based system
KPMG and Xero announce a strategic partnership that sees KPMG attack the SME market. Does it makes sense? Yes, but only if KPMG can get the math right.
Lawyerist takes a hard look at Xero and comes up wondering if it is worth the switch from QuickBooks. It’s hard to disagree and there are lessons ofr Xero along the way.
ClearBooks is reporting progress in the current financial year following a successful funding round. It makes for interesting reading
CIO Claudette Jones is helping the organisation transition out of a 16 year outsourcing deal
According to a leaked document, however, Universal Credit will be protected (phew!)
A responsive design, more connectivity and three new versions sees IRIS up its game with KashFlow
Peter Karpas brings a wealth of expertise to the Xero table. Can he deliver? Xero is pouring money into the US at a critical time in its growth cycle. Much depends on Karpas ability to convincingly amplify Xero’s message.
Why would they do it? Twinfield and SalesManager for the UK. It makes little sense to mix technologies in this way.
Independent advisers aren’t superheroes who can parachute into troubled locales and set everything right. But they are a vital resource for the empowered enterprise customer.
Will the introduction of new reporting requirements represent an upheaval of the kind ICAEW believes? No. Treasury departments can be tapped into for this kind of thing.
In acquiring Arithmo, Keytime is setting itself a number of difficult problems. Will it work out what has to happen in a fast moving cloud based accounting software market?