Many before me have tried to claim ERP is dead. Sage. Microsoft. And many more companies and individuals. Now its my turn and I offer a plausible alternative acronym to replace it.Read more
This infographic pulls together over 250 software applications used in Australian and New Zealand wholesale, distribution, import and manufacturing (B2B inventory-based) businesses. We have tried to group appropriately though note solutions can be difficult to pigeon hole as their functionality expands beyond an individual task.Read more
Those familiar with my “reviews that no-one else will write” may be used to detailed analysis of the vendor, their products and event. This one may disappoint as I have kept it very brief and to the point.Read more
4 years ago, after a research trip to Las Vegas for a Sleetercon Conference, I wrote an article titled “Sage – The Waking Giant?“. The crux of the article – was Sage finally about to become a software company, shedding the cloud denying, siloed, listed software fund persona to actually start leveraging its massive cash generating P&L and balance sheet to start competing as a modern business software vendor?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 and growing Small to Medium sized organisations face a common challenge to decide between SME accounting software or invest in a unified, comprehensive ERP system.
Which way do they go?
User-friendly, relatively cheap small business Cloud Accounting software like Xero, MYOB and QuickBooks plus operational specific third party apps ;
A comprehensive, relatively expensive and seemingly less user-friendly Enterprise Cloud Platform like NetSuite, MYOB Advanced (aka Acumatica), Salesforce or Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.Read more
On the 18th of October, Matt joined Sholto Macpherson of Digital First fame to preview his talk at Accountech Live on the SMERP Dilemma.
As it stands in 2018, there is a challenge for larger SMEs to decide between SME Cloud Accounting platforms like Xero and QBo, plus ecosystem “add-ons”, or significantly more expensive and flexible, yet less user-friendly comprehensive Business Platforms like Salesforce, NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and MYOB Advanced.