Payments provider eftpos is partnering with accounting software company MYOB in a move designed to deliver low-cost, real-time eCommerce transactions to Australian merchants.
Accounting software vendor MYOB has restructured its senior management team in a move which it says will facilitate increased focus on continuing the “strong uptake” of innovative cloud solutions.
Accounting software provider MYOB has taken a minority investment position in Washington-based cloud ERP and financial software provider Acumatica following completion of a multi-million agreement allowing it to develop a cloud-based ERP solution for the Australian market.
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