Excel is a great productivity tool but a miserable business application, says Rob Hull, founder and chairman of Adaptive Insights.
When Craig Baldwin set up one the first Xero-focused online accounting firms in the US two years ago, the company experienced rapid growth in its first year. On review, however, he found that it was less profitable than he had expected. “We looked at where we were losing the time and it wasn’t doing the work. We had lots of good tools such as Xero, Receipt Bank, and so on,” Baldwin says. He discovered the firm was losing a lot of time chasing clients for information to complete tax returns and other financial reports. Making phone calls and sending emails…
Coaching club Proactive Accountants Network is taking to the US a dashboard tool for accounting firms to consolidate financial data and track clients’ KPIs.
What does the world’s most famous ERP company want with a horizontal app in expense and travel management? And why did it pay so much?
Businesses who love their online accounting software can still connect it to industry-specific desktop software such as POS or job management.
Tradesmen using ServiceM8 can create invoices on their phone, forward them to their accounting program or take credit card payments on the spot with Stripe.
Business owners recognise that digital transformation requires change to both their organisational culture and technology – but which should come first?
Reckon One users can track billable and unbillable time and expenses against clients and projects through the Reckon One web app or mobile app.
9Spokes, a well-funded New Zealand startup that has shaken up the accounting profession, moved to public beta in early September.
Peter McCarthy’s clients were facing a problem most people would love to have – how to keep track of their many personal assets.
When Nico Minelli decided he wanted to help his aunt record her baby’s first years, pulling out a video camera seemed a little old-fashioned.