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SMBs lack confidence in delivery of NBN within two years Many Australian small businesses are not confident in the government’s ability to deliver the national broadband network within the next two years as promised. And…
Rod Drury, Xero CEO and founder New Zealand accounting software provider Xero has abandoned its home securities exchange, the NZX, and is now solely listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
MYOB, Reckon merger under scrutiny by NZ’s competition regulator New Zealand's competition regulator is considering whether to give the go ahead to the proposed merger between accounting software solutions companies MYOB and Reckon.
Reckon to sell Accountants division to MYOB for $180m cash Cloud accounting provider Reckon today announced the sale of its Accountants Practice Management division to MYOB for $180 million in cash.
Sage releases HandiTax to the cloud Accounting software provider Sage has released an Australian cloud version of its HandiTax electronic tax lodgement software.
Interview: Intuit's Alex Barnett talks AI, machine learning and more in Intuit's apps The director of Product Management at Intuit, Alex Barnett, attended the ATSA 2017 conference this week to talk machine learning, AI, apps, acconting and plenty…
Reckon selects TidyStock for SMB inventory management Australian cloud accounting provider Reckon has inked a deal with Tidy International to integrate its cloud-based stock and inventory management system, TidyStock, into Reckon One.
Xero aims to smooth out billing systems with automation Accounting software company Xero has launched machine learning automation of account codes and bills, which it says is designed to ensure greater accuracy and reduction…
Alipay massive in China: post Golden Week stats shining off the charts China's extended Golden Week was 1 to 8 October this year, and now that it's over, Alipay has shared some stunning stats on payment growth…

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