Small and medium-sized accounting firms are dipping their toes into data engineering, the plumbing behind data-driven advisory.
Accounting software companies are developing products at a breakneck pace for small business and accountants. Here are the pros and cons of Xero, MYOB, Sage and more.
The “frictionless innovation” of ERP (enterprise resource planning) is a game changer for small businesses competing with global behemoths like Amazon. Now that cloud computing brings ERP to everyone, which software is right for you?
Small and medium businesses (SMEs) that want to behave and act like bigger companies really have more choice than ever before with the help of ERP software.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) companies are winning over business owners by showing how one single database can be used to manage and help automate multiple parts of the business.
When small to medium businesses choose software, the big factors to consider are the suites of apps on offer and how well each option connects to other systems.
Sage One is the youngest of the cloud accounting apps – and it’s owned by Sage, the 600-pound gorilla of the industry. We examine the pros and cons of this new package to help you decide if it's right for your business.
Thanks to cloud computing, the upheavals in client accounting software are now affecting the products accountants use to run their own practices. How will the longstanding players compete?
Developers are dividing up the mighty kingdom ruled by Excel and turning the pieces into handy business apps for your smartphone or tablet.
Whether it’s to show team performance or convince the board to back a key initiative, financial data needs to be presented with visual power.