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Cloud Computing

The recent entry of Sage and Intuit into the online accounting market confirmed just how popular Cloud computing is becoming, argues E-conomic’s Anders Bjornsbo.

Groupon, the company behind the Huddlebuy group buying exchange, is planning to replace hundreds of financial spreadsheets with a single NetSuite accounting system.


Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype for $8.5bn in cash from the investor group l

Why have four different ERP systems? Because they meet the market’s needs, Microsoft director Guy Weismantel told Martin Banks at the recent Convergence conference in Atlanta.

Online accountancy developer KashFlow has responded to lobbying from AccountingWEB members to introduce enhancements to the application’s bank reconciliation routine.


NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson drew some encouraging portents from the company's latest results, reports Stuart Lauchlan on


The Easter weekend was marked by a trio of web outages, one of which was accompanied by warnings from Sony that its PlayStation network may have been hacked and users’ personal details compromised.


How does an international combine with a portfolio of mainly on-premise ERP products make the transition to Cloud computing?

Cloud-based e-commerce solutions from firms such as NetSuite can slash the costs of integration with standalone accounting packages, according to a new study by

The New Zealand-developed Xero accounting application has established itself as a serious contender in the UK market. Nigel Harris puts the latest version through its paces.