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What is MYOB? Mind Your Own Business. MYOB started out over 20 years ago with a clear vision - to make business life easier. MYOB now support & work with over 1 million Aussie and Kiwi businesses.
Like most business-speak terms, to add value just rolls off the tongue. It sounds right and makes people who hear it (at least at first) believe that everything is going to be ok and that you're the right person for the job.
Knowing what people are saying about your business online and on social media can be incredibly powerful. Why? Because monitoring your online mentions, or as it is often called 'online listening', can help you understand what your customers like and dislike about your brand, can help you keep track of your competitors and also provide access to an always-on, free focus group.
…the MYOB EFTPOS User Guide which is available for download at the bottom of this support note. Question Answer Can I use ther MYOB EFTPOS terminal with a dial-up internet connection? No. What do I do…
Clients are impressed by accountants and advisers that ask questions they weren't expecting or that they haven't been asked before. It shows preparedness on the part of the questioner that he/she has invested time and effort in understanding the clients business and circumstances.
…money on advertising is wasted if you are not prepared to do the basics correctly. Look at your business through the eyes of the customer and see what you need to improve. Most of it is easy, a better attitude…
I'm sure you've heard the usual traits attached to Gen Y: self-absorbed, sense of entitlement, lack of loyalty, poor worth ethic and more. You get the idea.
…you will receive a confirmation via email once it is completed. 5. I have sold my business, along with my MYOB software. What do I need to do? Your MYOB software may be sold to the new owner of the business…
This 'Cloud computing stuff' question became a 45-minute discussion about a bunch of seemingly unlinked topics - business, computers, iPhones and iPads, MYOB, the Patriot Act, Russians; the list went on and on. Ultimately though, the entire conversation could be narrowed down into 3 core questions.
What a massive start we've had to 2012 - and it's only March. We're stoked to have delivered improvements in banking like partial payments, bank transfers and notes - hope you're finding these areas much easier to use! On top of all this, we've been super busy getting payroll ready for the Kiwi version of LiveAccounts, which we plan to release in time for the new financial year. You can read more about the payroll functionality further on in this newsletter.
AccountRight Live: Getting things up to speed