There’s expected to be increasing levels of collaboration enabled by cloud and mobile technologies and a deepening of the relationship between small businesses and accounting practitioners in 2014, according to predictions for this year from a major online accounting software company.
Global IT services company, CCH – a Wolters Kluwer business - has acquired Melbourne-based accounting software company, Best Practice Solutions (BPS), in a deal which it says significantly expands its ability to provide a “holistic software-plus-content solution” to Australian and New Zealand accounting firms.
Online accounting software provider, Intuit, has launched a free advisor partner program which it says offers specifically-designed units for both accountants and bookkeepers.
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