Friday, 02 October 2020 08:53

MYOB AccountRight liberated from the desktop

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MYOB CEO Greg Ellis MYOB CEO Greg Ellis

Among the latest updates from accounting software provider MYOB is a browser interface for MYOB AccountRight.

MYOB's AccountRight browser interface allows customers to use most MYOB AccountRight features on any internet enabled mobile phone or device, along with access to MYOB's latest reporting.

Following its release to accountants and bookkeepers last month, the browser interface will become generally available later this year.

"For accountants, bookkeepers and SMEs the MYOB AccountRight browser interface means more flexibility to work on the go. The browser interface contains the most popular functions. Users can view reports, check transactions or approve super payments anywhere, from their mobile or tablet," said MYOB CEO Greg Ellis.

"It also provides more consistency for how accountants and bookkeepers work, regardless of whether their clients use MYOB AccountRight or MYOB Essentials."

For those who like to massage their accounting data in spreadsheets, MYOB for Excel is coming soon.

This add-in for MYOB AccountRight and MYOB Essentials converts current data into a spreadsheet.

"This add-in reduces time our customers spend manually exporting and formatting data and is included in the cost of the subscription," said Ellis.

"As businesses move to the COVID-19 recovery phase it will be increasingly important to understand things like their cashflow position. MYOB for Excel gives customers more options to manipulate data in a way that works for them."

Accountants and bookkeepers will be able to send budgets in the form of spreadsheets to their AccountRight or Essentials-using clients.

"At MYOB we're focusing on ensuring our partners and customers have the best tools for business planning at pace, working however, wherever and whenever they want," he explained.

"These tools are valuable for businesses as well as accountants and bookkeepers in planning for recovery."


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Stephen Withers is one of Australia¹s most experienced IT journalists, having begun his career in the days of 8-bit 'microcomputers'. He covers the gamut from gadgets to enterprise systems. In previous lives he has been an academic, a systems programmer, an IT support manager, and an online services manager. Stephen holds an honours degree in Management Sciences and a PhD in Industrial and Business Studies.

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