Story image

You’re invited… To the Reckon One launch roadshow

03 Mar 15

Reckon is taking to the road next week to showcase its new Reckon One cloud solution, which helps businesses track finances, create invoices and manage projects on the go, for as little as $5 a month.

Attendees will hear a comprehensive strategy and product development update from Reckon, including new tools and processes to improve client delivery and enhance overall business performance.

Reckon One’s modular design enables businesses to design their own online accounting software, with the features you need. Features can be added or removed at any time, with users not locked into a contract.

Trial setup can be up and running in only a few minutes and your book can be shared online with your accountant for easy collaboration.

The offering is supported by a mobile app, putting business data at your fingertips wherever you travel, along with 24/7 support and automatic updates.

Next week’s roadshows will include practical demos along with tips on ways to implement cloud technology and the way firms will soon be able to have one process for all data.

Mobility and collaboration opportunities through online accounting will also be covered off, along with adding efficiency through integrated workflow and automation, and adding value to client relationships.

There’s also the chance to ask questions, engage with industry peers and join the Reckon community.

Reckon says the free events are suitable for businesses from startups to those who already have a successful client base, and is designed to inform and inspire businesses to think of new ways to embrace technology and stand out from the crowd.

The roadshow will be hitting Christchurch on Tuesday, 10 March, followed by Auckland on 11 March and Wellington on 12 March.

Register to attend here.

How blockchain will impact NZ’s economy
Distributed ledgers and blockchain are anticipated to provide a positive uplift to New Zealand’s economy.
25% of malicious emails still make it through to recipients
Popular email security programmes may fail to detect as much as 25% of all emails with malicious or dangerous attachments, a study from Mimecast says.
Human value must be put back in marketing - report
“Digital is now so widely adopted that its novelty has worn off. In their attempt to declutter, people are being more selective about which products and services they incorporate into their daily lives."
Wine firm uses AR to tell its story right on the bottle
A Central Otago wine company is using augmented reality (AR) and a ‘digital first’ strategy to change the way it builds its brand and engages with customers.
DigiCert conquers Google's distrust of Symantec certs
“This could have been an extremely disruptive event to online commerce," comments DigiCert CEO John Merrill. 
Protecting organisations against internal fraud
Most companies tend to take a basic approach that focuses on numbers and compliance, without much room for grey areas or negotiation.
Telesmart to deliver Cloud Calling for Microsoft Teams
The integration will allow Telesmart’s Cloud Calling for Microsoft Teams to natively enable external voice connectivity from within Teams collaborative workflow environment.
Jade Software & Ambit take chatbots to next level of AI
“Conversation Agents present a huge opportunity to increase customer and employee engagement in a cost-effective manner."