Here goes, after a fairly ordinary go at it in 2019 (which I reviewed here), I’m laying bare my reputation and saddling up for another shot in 2020.Read more
In August I posted this article (I’ve just updated the graphics slightly) signaling my intention to publish a series of blogs on the Accountant’s Software market. Across the preceding 12 months, I had undertaken two separate paid research projects on the state of this market and wanted to publish some of the key findings for the interest/benefit of others.Read more
Perspective. It is something I appreciate more as I mature. It is something that hit me hard when I sat down to consider my “review that no-one else would write” for Xerocon Brisbane 2019.Read more
Across 3 businesses I’m involved with, out of interest of staying up to date with each system, I have been running the 3 “leading”, browser-based cloud accounting platforms in Australia:
- MYOB Essentials;
I’ve spent some time recently analysing the software landscape for Accountant’s in Australia. Its been interesting, eye-opening and mind-boggling all at the same time.Read more
In February I made the bold step into the events business. After a couple of years peculating on the idea, I bit the bullet and launched the Apps4 event business, setting up our first event in Sydney in May, Apps4 Wholesalers.Read more
Like never before, larger Small to Medium sized organisations face a common conundrum with regards to their business system. Which way do they go?
User-friendly, relatively cheap small business Cloud Accounting software like Xero and QuickBooks plus operational specific third party apps ;
A comprehensive, relatively expensive and seemingly less user-friendly Enterprise Platform like NetSuite, MYOB Advanced (aka Acumatica), Salesforce or Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Cloud.Read more
Over the last few years I’ve tried my hand at predicting the year in cloud accounting and related biztech ahead, publicly critiquing my efforts at the start of the following year. Call me silly, call me brave, call me whatever you like. I do it because I feel too few are willing to back up their guessing with reflection. So rather than complain about it, I do what I think others should.Read more
Predicting the future is hard.
Holding yourself publicly to account for your predictions is even harder, and probably why few people do…
Before I publish my 19 predictions for 2019, it is my tradition and want, that I review my 2018 efforts.
After a solid performance in 2017, I’m marking my 2018 edition a solid B, with comment that “the student can improve with more focus in 2019!”
Here they were and here’s how I went:Read more