SMEs stories - Page 3
New partnership creates next gen corporate online booking tool
“Our relationship demonstrates how innovation and technology can play an enabling role."
Reckon and Prospa offer customers exciting new loan platform
"We will offer businesses simplicity and convenience through the lending application and fast funding on approval,"
Kiwi survey finds skilled staff crucial to small business growth
Small business confidence is up & growth expectations are rising, but the clincher may end up being a lack of skilled staff, according to ANZ survey.
Reckon forms tactical partnership with PayPal
Reckon has teamed up with digital payments company PayPal to unlock payment options for SMEs.
SMEs tightening belts, according to Westpac study
“Businesses are starting to put the dots together and trace these uncertainties back to their own businesses and their own future."
Spark Lab kicks off Start-up Month for Kiwi SMEs
“We know that SMEs struggle and are looking for truly useful content. I’m excited to be able to share knowledge and support NZ businesses."
Tired of tedious employment troubles? MYOB is here to help
When it comes to employer obligations and paying staff, it sometimes feels easier tearing your hair out (even harder if you don’t actually have hair).
Aussie businesses hopeful about future conditions
Aussie SMEs disappointed with current business conditions, but cautiously optimistic about the future, according to new index.
Small business and cyber security: what you need to know
"Some cyber breaches are likely to happen regardless of how vigilant the business owner is."
Westpac Australia launches online management platform
“Business Link is another example of our continued investment to make Australian businesses stronger.”
Technology a game changer for SMEs in 2016
SMEs believe the availability of better technology will be the most important contributor for business growth next year.
Tech the hot ticket for Aussie SMEs
“The good news is that the Turnbull Government has placed innovation at the centre of its policy platform, encouraging investment in R&D."
Vodafone wants to help Kiwi start ups go global
“Vodafone is passionate about innovation and technology in New Zealand and is committed to helping businesses achieve global success."
Harness the power of the internet with a .nz domain name
The internet is a cornerstone of the modern world, and as such is a crucial tool for businesses to engage with customers.
WiNG Express – the perfect enterprise class WLAN solution for SMEs
There’s a gap in the wireless market. It lies between consumer products & enterprise solutions. It represents a great opportunity for channel partners
Kiwi SMEs expect economy to decline
"While both global and local economic factors are weighing on local SME operators, they are not hitting the panic button."
Australian SMEs striving for improved operational efficiency
"The survey results clearly show that many Australian SMEs are looking for ways to make more efficient and effective use of their IT investments."
Pivot Software signs up distributor to target SME market
Aon Hewitt Australia has been selected to distribute Pivot Software solutions across Australia and New Zealand.
Kiwi business owners hampered by overtime
“For NZ’s small business owners, being pushed for time is having a real effect on their ability to grow and develop in the way they would like."
What are SMEs using the internet for?
The penetration of technology and e-commerce is increasingly pronounced in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
New research scheme launched for SMB research
Stronger links between small and medium enterprises and several of New Zealand’s Institutes of Technologies and Polytechnics are in the works.
SAP working to change market perception
"I’ve got more pipeline in SME line of business than in any other single are of the business. It’s rapid growth."
Kiwi SMEs not buying into tech hype
A significant number of small and medium businesses (SMEs) in New Zealand don’t believe technology has a significant impact on their organisation.
Mobilegeddon: Kiwi businesses to go up in flames?
“Dynamic businesses that can adapt rapidly to Google’s algorithm changes ill reap the rewards, while others will be relegated to virtual obscurity."