Tags: Sage

Xero targets Asia, Malaysia first

With the ink still drying on the partnership and integration with Google Apps, Xero is trying to accelerate the growth of their born in the cloud accounting solution in Asia. Their first Asia RoadShow started off in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and will be visiting Hong Kong and Singapore in turn. This is not just a software…

Google Apps and Xero are beautiful together

Xero and Google have jointly announced a partnership that will see Xero integrating into Google Apps. With many small businesses turning to Google Apps for their software this will see them being able to leverage their accounting software to deliver a more complete business software solution. Many small businesses use little else other than their…

Sage goes to Marketplace

Sage has finally announced the creation of an App Marketplace, copying many of its competitors. The ISV Marketplace enables customers to locate and download apps from Independent Software Vendors for use with Sage Live and Sage One initially. In total the Marketplace currently has 32 apps loaded, although three of these are from Sage itself:…

Sage and Apple, a recipe for accounting?

Sage has announced a version of Sage Live that will only be available on iOS. This is designed to be the first of a series of new product announcements between the two companies and comes after Sage became an Apple mobility partner. By doing a deal with Apple, Sage is clearly targeting the premium end…

NetSuite extends European partner presence

NetSuite has announced a new group of European partners as the market for cloud ERP hots up across the continent. The new partners come from five different countries and NetSuite will be hoping that they can help it maintain its claim of being the number one global cloud ERP provider. The partners have been names…

Five ways to make your business a success

Xero has published some research based on responses from the UK and US revealing five key reasons why small businesses fail in the first few years. The results are a mix of the expected and unexpected. In the US at least 50% of small businesses fail within the first five years of launching. Considering that 45%…