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Australian accounting software provider MYOB is preparing for its AU$833 million public listing on the ASX on Monday.
As an auditor general's report lifts the potential cost of Inland Revenue's transformation to NZ$1.9 billion, Xero says it will build open tax filing interfaces for free.
Australia-based online travel specialist Wotif has sold its booking software unit to Serko in a cash deal.
While it's still two years before the New Payment Platform is introduced in Australia, more than 70 percent of businesses are unaware of the reforms that will come as a result of it, a study by HCL Technologies has revealed.
The payments giant previously rolled out One Touch for native mobile last September.
The emailing service confirmed it anticipates many more users could be affected than first thought after an employee account was accessed.
The marketplace will offer features such as bulk pricing, free two-day shipping on orders worth more than $49, and access to products not available to typical retail consumers.
For the first time, Cabcharge will be rolling out its electronic payments software outside of the transport payments industry as part of a new agreement with Secure Parking.
The world's majors have rushed to the country and startups are mushrooming, but India needs to see a radical revamp of its infrastructure if gaming companies hope to match their stellar experiences in neighbouring China.
Dabbawalas have been feeding Mumbai's population for decades. Now, they will deliver their packages.
Discover is following in the footsteps of its credit card issuing peers by supporting Apple's digital payment service. You'll have to wait until the fall though.
Australian online freelancing marketplace Freelancer is moving to corner the online payments market, striking a deal to acquire online escrow service provider Escrow.com for $7.5 million.
Also doing business under the moniker Skada, Kallidus comes with a cloud-based digital commerce platform designed to link all of the e-commerce endpoints from the couch to the counter.
Increased investment in product development has contributed to an annual net loss after tax of NZ$69.5 million for New Zealand cloud accounting software provider Xero, despite an 81 percent jump in subscription revenue during the financial year.
Analysts and shareholders have been waiting many moons for Amazon to finally reveal specifics about AWS quarterly revenue rather than just the "Other" column.