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?
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?
Xero has understood the value of building a platform for growth and not just another software. This is helping it bring new functionality while instilling confidence to expand aggressively.
Vishal Sikka, executive board member SAP gave out a number of important signals about the company's future. This is what it means.
KashFlow gets acquired. What does it mean for the market and should you care?
Brian Sommer thinks we are approaching a tipping point for financial applications moving to the cloud. We have already seen this in the SME space. He thinks the time is ripe for enterprise. Here's why.
Cloud advocates may see an inevitability to large enterprise SaaS adoption, but what does the data say?
Intacct is introducing Flex Reporting, a tool that extends the existing report capability to one that is more aligned to operational reporting. I'm not convinced they've got this right but rather are shackled to an accounting mindset. That will limit their ability to upsell or grow into new markets.
SageOne is finally gaining some respectable traction with a paying customer count of 11,500 as at 31st March 2013. But what lies beneath those numbers and to what extent is the company stretching itself.