Accounting & Finance Roundup: What did you miss in October 2018?
Hello, and welcome to the roundup for October 2018. In this edition, we feature stories about cloud accounting, the difficulty of filling accountancy jobs, the fear of fintech, small business CFOs, accounting in an IoT world, and the big issues facing accounting firms. Enjoy! A caveat: These are the opinions of the writers themselves. We […]
Xerocon London 2018: Ready, Set, Go!
On the 14th and 15th of November 2018, London will play host to the world’s most beautiful and innovative cloud accounting conference. We’re getting ready for two full days of learning from world-class speakers, and exploring an exhibition floor packed with more than 50 Xero-integrated apps and strategic partners. It promises to be an incredible […]
How to effectively manage spending across multi-entity businesses
Leading accountancy practice Taylorcocks embraces the cloud to help its clients take back control of their expenditure. An Accountancy Age ‘Top 100’ firm of chartered accountants and advisers, Taylorcocks specialises in the delivery of high quality, bespoke accountancy, taxation, and advisory services. Xero Platinum Partners and winners of Xero’s ‘Emerging Partner of the Year’ award […]
Purchase Orders vs Budgets for tighter spend control
Recently, we ran a webinar where we shared some industry best practices for establishing full spend control, increasing financial data quality, and optimising company spending. Did you miss it? Watch it here. During the webinar, which was attended by around 80 people, we were asked a very thought-provoking question, and we have dedicated an entire […]
App Advisory: Looking at the Process Management Perspective
The growing demand for app advisory services is not going unnoticed by accounting practices the world over. It is increasingly being viewed as a promising new way of growing revenue by extending existing finance and accounting services to include app identification and selection. In a nutshell, app advisory requires you to understand the opportunities available […]
Accounting & Finance Roundup: What did you miss in September 2018?
Welcome to the roundup, covering accounting and finance news for September 2018. In this edition, we cover blockchain (a recurring theme!) and look into how millennials are having an impact on accountancy. We also look at empowering women to take leading accounting roles, and ask, what are the accounting trends of tomorrow? Enjoy! A caveat: […]
Xerocon Brisbane 2018 takeaways: It’s all about the people
Our team at ApprovalMax has attended lots of different conferences in lots of different countries. But there’s one that stands apart as being truly special – Xerocon. In this article, we recall the most inspiring topics mentioned at Xerocon Brisbane 2018, before sharing some advice to nudge you in the right direction if you’re still […]
How global recruitment company hits 100% accuracy processing expenses
ApprovalMax is great! It saved us 20+ hours per month processing invoices. The automated workflow is clever and quite flexible, and the staff members loved approving via email.” – Andy Dao, Finative Consultant: Andy Dao of Finative. Andy established Finative to provide innovative business and financial solutions to clients. Client: A global company providing recruitment, talent […]
Accounting & Finance Roundup: What did you miss in August?
Hello and welcome to this summer roundup of accounting and finance news from the month of August 2018. In this collection, you will read about the top risks for finance leaders, AI and automation for the accounting industry, the demand for paperless accounting, and more. As always, we take a tech-focused look at accounting and […]
ApprovalMax now makes it easier to manage your account
Recently, our development team has been working very hard on a brand new and much sought after product update. And the good new is, it’s now up and running! The ‘My Account’ feature, for self-service account management by our customers, has been released, and in this blog post, we’ll explain why it’s so important. […]