Telstra and MYOB have partnered in "a bid to make it easier for Australian small and medium sized business (SMB) customers to access the digital solutions they need to survive and grow, with MYOB Essentials the first business management solution Telstra offers direct to its business customers."
Among the latest updates from accounting software provider MYOB is a browser interface for MYOB AccountRight.
MYOB has released new payments and employee management features for its accounting software.
MYOB has announced upgrades to MYOB Practice and MYOB Essentials, as part of its return to a 90-day major upgrade cycle.
Accounting software provider MYOB is looking to improve its automated data entry facilities by using Sypht's machine learning and natural language processing system.
Payments provider Square has announced integration with MYOB's Essentials and AccountRight accounting systems.
MYOB says its SME products have 1.2 million active users, and 500,000 of them are paying by subscription.
MYOB's chief technical officer says open APIs are important to allow other software developers address the needs of specific market segments.
New and forthcoming features in MYOB's small business accounting software aim to further reduce the paperwork associated with bills and invoices.
MYOB has released a custom version of the Kounta cloud-based point-of-sale software. The move follows its investment in Kounta earlier this year.
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.
Accounting software vendor MYOB has taken up a minority stake in Australian Point-of-Sale start-up Kounta and will offer an integrated accounting and POS solution to the market.
Accounting software provider MYOB has launched a general release of its new Essentials Cashbook cloud solution after completion of a four-month pilot program with more than 200 accounting users.
MYOB puts a lot of effort into providing users with a good experience. Here's how it goes about the task - plus a look at some of the things it is working on.
Online accounting software provider MYOB continues to ramp up its cloud strategy, today releasing two new cloud solutions which it says make it easier for accountants to work closer with clients and manage their businesses with great mobility.
“We have really crossed the chasm from the desktop to the cloud. The transformation and move to the cloud is complete.” So said Tim Reed, CEO of online accounting software provider MYOB today when announcing a double-digit revenue increase for the 2013 business year to $247 million on the back of a rapid take-up of cloud services.
Accounting software provider MYOB has announced it will soon offer a mobile payments service.
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