Reckon stories - Page 1
Reckon releases free single touch payroll mobile app
The STP App was created in partnership with UX, design and development specialists Thinkmill.
Admin major barrier to small business success
Reveals an opportunity for Australian MSPs in SMB to provide admin streamlining solutions.
AU Budget 2019: Tech panel discuss its merits and shortcomings
Experts from the IT and tech industries share their disappointments and satisfaction on what the budget could mean for the sector in Australia.
Reckon Group announces a steady profit in 2018
Reckon continued its investment in growth throughout the year with a development spend of $14.3 million.
Reckon adds admin automation through Zapier
Reckon One customers can now link to over 1,000 apps on Zapier to streamline processes, reduce repetitive admin and save time.
Reckon shakes up leadership team in new plan for growth
CEO Clive Rabie will step down as CEO, to be replaced by current MD Sam Allert.
How the Australian budget will impact SMBs - Reckon
In light of Australia’s 2018 Budget being released yesterday, Reckon A/NZ MD Sam Allert comments on the ramifications for Australian small businesses.
Reckon unveils web-based point of sale for SMEs
Reckon Cloud POS will enable small businesses to track sales, manage inventory and run reports on any device.
Reckon and Prospa hit $10 Million loan milestone for Aussie SMBs
The online lending market in Aus is has grown at unprecedented speeds, demonstrating the demand for quick and fuss-free access to business capital.
Reckon Group FY17 results shows investment for future growth
Reckon Group’s Document Management Business has demerged and listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
SMBs struggle to set up shop due to slow internet speeds
Small businesses may be the engine room of the Aus economy, but it appears support doesn’t go both ways.
Education provider TAFE shakes up finance training with Reckon
The partnership is aimed at making the training provider’s students more attractive to the major accounting firms.
MYOB buys Reckon’s Accountant Group for $180 million
“This is a fantastic opportunity for us and an exciting step forward for the future of the accounting industry.”
Reckon and Tidy team up to simplify SME stock management
Reckon has signed a deal with Tidy International to integrate its cloud-based stock and inventory management system, TidyStock, into Reckon One.
Reckon announces partnership with VIP Home Services franchise
As part of the agreement, Reckon will offer ongoing financial management software training and support for the cleaning and gardening franchise.
Reckon’s new feature simplifies data collection
SyncDirect allows accountants to collect clients’ accounting data regardless of which desktop or cloud-based accounting package they use.
Compliance and automation the big election issues for SMBs
Reckon surveyed 1500 of its clients across a number of different industries – from accounting and bookkeeping through to construction and IT.
Reckon and Xeppo sign distribution deal for accounting software
The strategic partnership is designed to offer larger multi-disciplinary accounting firms a single source of truth in the cloud.
It’s all fun and games in the sharing economy, until the taxes aren’t done
The IRD is cracking down on undeclared income and it’s very easy for them to see what services a company is offering online.
Reckon One update promises a more intuitive, accessible and cleaner UX
“We believe this update will provide a much better user experience for small businesses, by making it easier for them to manage their books."
Exclusive interview: Will software replace accountants with new AIM reporting rules?
Bellingham Wallace director Mike Atkinson talks about the evolution of the accountant’s role, and why SMBs will still need them.
Eight things you didn’t know about cloud accounting software provider Reckon
The Reckon Hosted offering has 600,000 active customers and growing across Australia, New Zealand, and the UK.
Reckon helps Tauranga business grow and innovate
“Any business owner wants to have peace of mind that the technology they are investing in will stand the test of time."
Visiting cybercrime expert says the deep web can benefit NZ businesses
Believe it or not, the deep web can actually benefit New Zealand businesses, according to visiting cybercrime expert Dr Stephen Hill.