automation Archives

tax season

How new technology empowers individuals and small businesses during tax season

Gone are the days of rifling through stacks of paper receipts or manually sorting through spreadsheets to gather the nec...

It’s time to find out what AI can do for you

Once you realise you're already reliant on some very sophisticated technology, it's only a small step to test the waters...
digital evolution, tech stack

Solving small business growth and time challenges through digital

Thryv allows businesses to manage their time, communicate with clients, gain reviews, and get paid faster.
digital wave, data mining, AI, digital stimulus, smart business, digital resilience, machine learning

Aussie SMEs turning to marketing tech and AI for growth amidst uncertainty

SMEs are allocating an average of 23.5 per cent of their annual business revenue for their marketing efforts, with only ...

Building resilient businesses through a tough macro-economic climate

By understanding the specific needs of the business, MYOB can help owners manage inventory, invoicing, stock, suppliers,...

Data, data, everywhere? Get it together

Accounting data contains a wealth of information about customers' behaviour, preferences, and purchasing patterns.
STP, payroll system, reporting

15 reasons a payroll and rostering system will benefit your business

Payroll systems can provide costed rosters and do reports of previous weeks so you can compare before sending roster, he...
funding, red tape, cashflow gaps,, cost of living

Three ways businesses can navigate cost of living pressures

The right marketing tools will help small businesses navigate rising costs and encourage customer loyalty.  

How small-business owners can take the stress out of seasonal hiring

Given the ongoing labour shortage, employers - especially those in retail looking to hire temporary workers - must be re...
Inventory JCurve

Managing inflation: four ways to track cashflow during challenging times

Insight into real-time inventory can help ensure businesses are not over-ordering stock that will take up valuable capit...