Intuit surprised the market with better than expected Q2 2015 results on both top and bottom lines. QBO is going well but probes into tax fraud hang over its head
Dick Hirsch adds some technical flavor to the ongoing discussion around SAP S/4HANA. He too has open questions.
A near constant buzz in back channels, customer inquires and public debate fuel many questions for SAP about S/4HANA. Try this checklist.
My my, how Xero has grown in the latest few years. Now they're going all out to win it all. Here's what we saw at Xerocon London 2015.
Accounting gets a bad rap. It's dull, it's boring but it's also essential. He who owns the transaction owns the business and the CFO knows that.
Intuit beat out revenue expectations in its Q1 2015 results as it's transition to subscription based services continues
KPMG is investing £40 million in the SME cloud accounting market. Why now? We think the answers are self evident - and disruptive.
Workday 23 hit the streets today. This time the emphasis is on financials with major improvements in reporting and a homing in on vertical functionality. How far has Workday progressed? We assess.
Sage's mixed market messages make for a difficult transition to the cloud. Its next steps could well determine its long term future.
Xero seems to be firing on all cylinders but losses widen and cash is being burned at a fast clip. That's not bothering the markets.
ClearBooks is reporting progress in the current financial year following a successful funding round. It makes for interesting reading
A responsive design, more connectivity and three new versions sees IRIS up its game with KashFlow
Fifteen-year-old cloud financials vendor Intacct has raised a total of $135 million in its bid to seize the SME market. Will it get to IPO?