Cloud computing and web-based apps have undoubtedly improved business efficiency. But once you and your team start using various online apps, one aspect quickly becomes inefficient (not to mention downright annoying): having to repeatedly enter usernames and passwords to log in.
Over the last 5 or so years the cloud computing has gone from being the new frontier to a common business practice. Everything from internet banking to sourcing your favorite recipe is now “on the cloud”. So the question is why has this occurred and what does it mean for your business? Firstly, lets define
Over the past couple of months we have received many queries from clients receiving suspicious emails from government agencies in regards to their financial information. Example of email received For this particular example, clients have been receiving letters from ASIC for the renewal of their company. Consider the following: If POOLE GROUP have set up
In the first six months of 2016, Scamwatch has reported Australians have lost over $48 million to scams.
Taking control of your cashflow and managing debtors are challenging elements to running a successful business. Reminding people to pay you on time is a crucial function in a business, yet often business owners are so busy that they overlook it. Sure, you could hire staff to chase up and remind your debtors for you,
We love the Xero cloud accounting platform, but one of the reasons for that is not just the Xero app itself: It’s the ‘app eco-system’ of addon partners that provide specialist software programs that integrate simply and easily with Xero. These addon apps help you to improve efficiencies and information flow in your business.
Technology is rapidly evolving in the construction & service industry Listen to Clinton Cowin of Tradiepad as he talks about the ways technology is changing the construction & trade industry. Clinton also discusses how mobile and cloud solutions are making businesses in this space more efficient, more enjoyable, and more profitable.