QuickBooks developer Intuit has expanded its online services for US certified public accountants to let them offer hosted versions of its desktop accounting and payroll applications to their client
A UK entrepreneur is taking on the business software giants with a web-based system enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite costing just £22.50 per user per month.
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The Telegraph Media Group (TMG) has today confirmed it’s signed a deal for its media sales department to use FinancialForce.com’s accounting system, expanding the group’s footprint in the Cloud.
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The return to the 17.5% standard VAT rate on 1 January 2010 has become a rallying point for developers of Cloud accounting developers, who claim it demonstrates the advantages of web-based software
Cloud Computing companies such as Salesforce.com and NetSuite frequently argue that is incredibly difficult, if not impossible, for traditional on premise developers to move to an on demand busines
SAP drags its feet with enterprise support plans
Intellect UK sets out business benefits
Organisations wanting to move to Cloud technologies will have to get their figures in order to prove its business case, attendees of the Business Cloud Summit are told.