CFO On-Call, a franchise organisation with 40 partners, needed a better way to manage employees and stay on top of ever-changing workplace legislation.
Reckon CIO says there is plenty of life left in the sunset products – its 2013 release for desktop software was its biggest in the past six years.
Popular online storage service Dropbox has responded to price cuts by Google and Microsoft with Dropbox Pro a new 1TB plan for just US$9.99.
Reckon One also picks up new reports and mobile payments service Reckon Pay moves closer to release date.
MYOB has posted a record half-year result in 1H 2014 on the back of the BankLink acquisition.
Improvements include a page for each program with user reviews, email addresses for sales and support, and links to the program’s pricing and website.
Xero’s updated marketplace and a better search option are a welcome addition, but will it make a substantial difference?
Travel and expense management app Expensify is targeting airport-to-hotel transfers by sharing users’ hotel addresses with taxi-alternative network Uber.
Xero CEO Rod Drury and MD of Australia Chris Ridd put down their skateboard and guitar to have a chat about some of the newest developments at Xerocon.
Xero has nearly doubled the number of Australian customers in the past year to 147,000 from 75,000. Nearly 40,000 had been added since 1 April.
Google Drive for Work, which gives users unlimited file storage for US$10 per month, is signing 1,800 businesses a week just two months after launch.