Part 4 of MYOB’s 6-part series on the history of accounting covers the 80s and 90s of accounting software development.
Business-oriented communication apps are on the rise in the last few years, meaning there are plenty of options to help you meet your organisation’s needs.
The increasing prevalence of digital signatures is causing some concern – for the ATO and for business owners alike.
With the internet and everything it entails, it’s now even easier and more cost-effective to handle recruitment yourself.
History records a milestone for the first recognisably modern computer sold to a business concern for accounting uses in 1955 – the Univac.
The need for keeping track of transactions and resources has been apparent since the beginnings of society. In this way, accounting is as old as society.
Refusing to accept credit card payments can cost you customers. Here are three ways to make accepting credit card payments easy for your business.
In the first installment of our six-part Accounting Journal, Ben Scott takes a look at the long history between accounting and computing.