- Credit where it's due. // Finance Week;7/14/2003, p80
Explores the companies engaged in small business accounting software package. Intuit; Microsoft Corp.; Softline; Pink Software.
- Traveling the Software Reseller Route. Kahan, Stuart // Practical Accountant;Sep2001, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p42
Presents accounting tips to ensure the smooth operations of software reseller companies in the United States. Elements that can contribute to the financial success of a reseller; Strategies for treating reseller operations as a separate business division.
- ADDRESSING PITFALLS IN THE SOFTWARE INDUSTRY. Hickson, Robin // Accountancy;May91, Vol. 107 Issue 1173, p28
Reports on the accounting practices of computer software companies in Great Britain. Effects of differing accounting treatments on inter-company comparisons of operating performance; Accounting issues facing the software industry; Varuatuibs in the methods used to recognize maintenance income...
- Accounting software in Japan. Takezaki, Noriko // Computing Japan;Oct98, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p25
Looks at the corporate accounting segment of the Japanese computer software industry. Number of vendors of packaged accounting-specific software competing in the Japanese market; Most popular accounting-specific software products among foreign-affiliated companies; ERP solutions; Personal...
- Global software the only way forward. // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p7
Reports on accounting software issues discussed by industry executives in Great Britain. Global accounting software; Technological improvements; Impact on the global market for accounting software.
- ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE. In brief. // Accountancy;Sep89, Vol. 104 Issue 1153, p139
Features several accounting software packages in Great Britain. Key features and specifications; Availability information; System requirements.
- More standard than thou. Classe, Alison // Accountancy;Oct2000, Vol. 126 Issue 1286, p66
Discusses the efforts of accounting software vendors to differentiate their not so different products. Decision of software suppliers to participate in BASDA's eBIS-XML initiative; Complexity of choosing a system; Major players in the industry.
- Automobile deductions. Meall, Lesley // Accountancy;Feb1996, Vol. 117 Issue 1230, p71
Highlights trends in the accounting software industry in Great Britain as of February 1996. Accounting software suppliers' need to focus on new information technology developments; Expected increase in the demand for accounting software in the country.
- Killer VARs ring up strong sales. Scott, Robert W. // Practical Accountant;Nov99, Vol. 32 Issue 11, pAT2
Focuses on value-added resellers who sell accounting software in the United States as of November 1999. Increase in sales performance of software resellers; Factors affecting the market.