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ATO splits IT contracts in search of reliability The ATO will split its IT contracts into smaller bundles over the next three years as it looks to prioritise digital experience, including system performance and reliabil...
New tax agent portal set for imminent rollout The Tax Office’s chief information officer Ramez Katf has revealed the rollout details of the new tax agent portal in 2019. Write comment (4 Comments) ...
Major bank unveils invoicing product A major bank has launched an invoicing payment tool ahead of the imminent rollout of e-invoicing as it looks to speed up payment times for clients in time for the Christ...
Product providers pounce on ATO’s paperless push Communications to clients are slowly moving to a paperless environment, prompting some product providers and professionals to create products and strategies to keep acco...
New platform capitalises on accountants’ AFSL woes A marketplace model of accessing fund managers launched for investors this week, with its founders recognising accountants are resistant to product recommendation and the...
Passwords a ‘scary’ weakness in accounting firms Forgetting passwords, using the same password for various platforms, or using autofill passwords is catching out even the most cyber safe accounting firms.  Writ...
MYOB draws battle lines with Xero as results released Xero’s growth figures for 2018 have given MYOB confidence in “grabbing market leadership”, according to its chief financial officer. Write comment (12 Comm...
‘Generic’ software push could catch you out: Pitcher Partners Accountants have been urged not to prescribe a “one-size-fits-all” approach when recommending software to their business clients. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Xero’s net loss widens despite subscribers nearing 1.6m Xero’s net loss for the six months ended 30 September 2018 increased by 46 per cent despite growing it subscriber base to close to 1.6 million users. Write comm...
‘We can't stay outside of this software world’: Tax agents called to lead change The Tax Office is seeing a change in the industry conversations around accounting software from one of fear to optimism, given the inevitability of digital growth.   ...
Race to the cloud tipped to heat up Competition in the cloud-based product market will only intensify as international players make their way to Australian shores, according to Thomson Reuters. Writ...
Accounting apps market grows, but jury is out on effectiveness The market for accounting apps in Australia has recorded more growth. Some are convinced of efficiency gains, while others believe the market is beyond saturation point. ...