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At the corner of Technology and Accounting
At the corner of Technology and Accounting

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Don't sack your accountant now. Cloud accounting can on!y do so much. 

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Make sure to pick the right charity this #GivingTuesday. 

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Cyber Monday savings are in the taxes. 
The best #cybermondaydeals  are hidden in your tax savings. Now is the time to plan for the upcoming tax season. 

Would you like to save $50 on a Smart TV or $500 in tax savings?

Planning is key.

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Are there really "Xero" problems at Xero?

Xero, the new player on the cloud computing block recently released that their annualized monthly revenue has reached 100M. When you take a closer look however, it seems there are not “xero” problems at the cloud computing maker. 

http://m.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11340462

The Good:

• 76% increase in customer base
• 95% subscription revenue growth
• Andy Lark as CMO (Chief Marketing Officer)

The Bad (mostly US Based):

• Only 4000 US subscribers in first half of year
• Slower US growth overall
• US CEO Peter Karpas resigned

The accounting cloud computing space continues to be very competitive. 

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Interesting take on the cloud.
Accountants are NOT part of Intuit’s roof repair for the future but 75% of revenue from the cloud is.

Found this statement from the article interesting:

By delivering QuickBooks Online using the Software as a Service medium, Intuit has been able to give end users a quick and easy way to begin doing their books themselves without the assistance of an accounting firm and that’s just the tip of the iceberg concerning Intuit’s SaaS plays.

Will the Fire Your Accountant marketing campaign that Intuit initially used to market QuickBooks make a return? Or will this provide more clean up work?

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Intuit's cloud future is not for accountants?
Accountants are NOT part of Intuit’s roof repair for the future but 75% of revenue from the cloud is.

Found this statement from the article interesting:

By delivering QuickBooks Online using the Software as a Service medium, Intuit has been able to give end users a quick and easy way to begin doing their books themselves without the assistance of an accounting firm and that’s just the tip of the iceberg concerning Intuit’s SaaS plays.

Will the Fire Your Accountant marketing campaign that Intuit initially used to market QuickBooks make a return? Or will this provide more clean up work?

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Accountants are NOT part of Intuit’s roof repair for the future but 75% of revenue from the cloud is.

Found this statement from the article interesting:

By delivering QuickBooks Online using the Software as a Service medium, Intuit has been able to give end users a quick and easy way to begin doing their books themselves without the assistance of an accounting firm and that’s just the tip of the iceberg concerning Intuit’s SaaS plays.

Will the Fire Your Accountant marketing campaign that Intuit initially used to market QuickBooks make a return? Or will this provide more clean up work?

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Is the mobile app market becoming appathetic or just maturing?

Do you download as many apps on your mobile devices as you did a few years ago?

Is your mobile device becoming your new desktop?

http://www.thetechaccountant.com/2012/08/is-your-mobile-device-becoming-new.html

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Cloud accounting on any tablet with the new +Zoho mobile app.

The only cloud accounting app that is available on Android, iOS, and Windows. 

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