Reckon

Consolidation and Innovation – The Xero Trajectory

XeroCon in Australia is done and dusted for another year. With more than 3,000 accountants and bookkeepers from multiple countries attending, there was a certain amount of hype,  but going beyond that, Xero demonstrated that it was continuing to deliver a solid whole of business experience with a dizzying array of statistics. To list but […]

2016/2017 – the Then and the Now in the Cloud

2016 was the year when accounting software in the cloud indisputably came of age, it was also the year when most new comers to the cloud were not businesses migrating there but start-up businesses born there. Realistically – if a business has not yet migrated to the cloud, it probably for whatever reason; never will, […]

XeroCon 2016 – Beyond the Cloud to the Stars

A few years ago we all used to cheer madly when Xero announced the release of features such as Quotes or Stocked Inventory, but XeroCon last week clearly flagged that: the product was moving from the mundane to the magical, that there are now no boundaries, that Xero has truly reached the ‘end of the […]

Further Reckoning – ReckonOne Payroll released

Only last week I published a blog on software supplier Reckon so it is a little soon for a second one, however Friday 8th April was an auspicious day for Reckon – it was the day the long awaited Payroll module was released into its cloud-based accounting software ReckonOne. Unlike other cloud accounting software suppliers […]

Reckon is Not For Sale and Other Stories

I attended the 2016 Reckon Accredited Partners conference last weekend and received a full immersion of the position of Reckon, where it was going as a company and what it had delivered or was delivering on its various accounting software platforms. Clive Rabie – CEO of Reckon was scheduled to participate in a ‘By the Fireside Chat’ at […]

2015 – The year that was for Cloud Accounting Software

Throughout 2015 cloud accounting software suppliers continued to dazzle us with the delivery a plethora of new features and functions. We saw both new modules being delivered and the enhancement and extension of existing functionality. Some releases helped close the gap between one product and its competitors and others gave a product a competitive advantage […]

Remaining relevant in the Cloud

News leaked out last week that international software giant, Intuit had laid off 399 employees representing almost 5 percent of the company’s 8,000 strong workforce. No further details relating to the geographical location or business unit were available apart from a reassurance from Intuit Communications Director Chris Repetto that  ‘This decision will have little to […]