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What Intuit’s quarterly results say about its battle against Xero, how high growth accounting firms are eating the world, why blockchain won’t eliminate accounting, and more

What Intuit’s quarterly results say about its battle against Xero, how high growth accounting firms are eating the world, why blockchain won’t eliminate accounting, and more

Intuit’s Small Business Online Ecosystem Revenue increases 42 percent in its latest quarterly results; takeaways from QuickBooks Connect from Matt Paff and Sholto Macpherson; a new survey shows that 38 percent of employees resent when IT dictates the tech they use at work; crazy stats from the 2018 High Growth Study of professional services firms by Hinge Marketing; why blockchain won’t put accountants out of work anytime soon; and multi-factor authentication headaches

Contactless payments on the rise, the case for a 4-day workweek, 12 signs your firm is outdated, and more

Contactless payments on the rise, the case for a 4-day workweek, 12 signs your firm is outdated, and more

Contactless and electronic payments are on the rise with consumers; the case for a 4-day workweek (and why it’s not so crazy); Microsoft debuts an expense app; how email scammers stole $100M from nine public companies; and 12 signs your firm is outdated

Intuit sells its data center, Xero selects Gusto for U.S. payroll, & Certify acquires Abacus

Intuit sells its data center, Xero selects Gusto for U.S. payroll, & Certify acquires Abacus

The Today Show asks "What is 'The Cloud?'", Intuit sells its data center and plans to move everything to Amazon Web Services, Xero dumps its own U.S. payroll product in favor of a strategic partnership and deep integration with Gusto, and Certify adds Abacus to its portfolio of expense management applications.

KPMG teams up with Microsoft to sell ERP software & PayPal buys iZettle

KPMG teams up with Microsoft to sell ERP software & PayPal buys iZettle

Blake is skeptical about KPMG Australia's move to get into the ERP developer game with Microsoft, and David shares PayPal's acquisition of iZettle and what that means for point of sale options for small businesses.