Archive for November, 2010

First Yodlee feeds have arrived

Nov 2

First Yodlee feeds have arrived Automated bank feeds are one of the joys of using Xero with no manual imports to worry about, bank transactions are automatically brought into Xero for you to reconcile. With our first release of Yodlee integrated bank feeds, we can now offer automated feeds for even more banks in Australia […]

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Dejargonificationing: Vendor Viability

Nov 2

Theres lots of jargon thrown around the world of business, and even more thrown around in IT. So the software business is drowning in it. Im going to attempt to de-mystify some of the common phrases that are cropping up around the world of SaaS. Im starting with an easy target: vendor viability. How viable […]

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Multi-tenancy – what is it, why should you care?

Nov 2

Im continuing on my jargon busting mission. Todays target: multi-tenancy and its allegedly inferior sibling, single-tenancy What do they mean, and why should you care? Ill try to answer the second part of that question first from the perspective of you being a SaaS startup, and then from the perspective of a Customer. What is […]

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Introducing QuickSnap – Single-purpose iPhone app for KashFlow

Nov 2

When I talked about ouriPhone app, the one feature Id harp on about the most was the ability to take a snapshot of a receipt and get it into KashFlow in a few taps. So I could get out of a taxi or pay a bar bill and immediately have the scanned receipt in KashFlow. […]

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7 Reasons to do your accounts online

Nov 1

Im slowly but surely moving my clients to online accounting solutions. There is a variety of reasons I will detail them below. No upgrades to worry about. I’ve lost many a morning trying to upgrade on premises software. The upgrade runs fine on one pc but not on another. Then you cant open the data […]

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