There’s an intriguing and relentless battle for the hearts and minds of customers and potential customers going on in the online accounting software market between Australia’s own homegrown vendor MYOB and the upstart New Zealand vendor Xero.
Online accounting software company Xero says its ecosystem of business solutions has grown by more than 35% to 350 in the past 12-months, and it has now unveiled a “new business software marketplace” designed to give small businesses and their advisors a new way to easily find the right add-on solutions.
US giant accounting software firm Intuit, the most recent major entrant into the Australian-New Zealand market in its own right, says it now has more customers globally choosing its QuickBooks Online solution over QuickBooks Desktop.
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