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MYOB was eventually sold to US private equity firm Bain Capital for AU$1.
Summing up, Craig Winkler said "Looking ahead to 2006 and beyond, it's an incredibly exciting time for MYOB.
On the domestic and Asian markets the MYOB accountancy products will compete against those of Solution 6, but Winkler says his company's focus is on smaller and mid-range accountancy practices as opposed to the larger customers targeted by the opposition.
Fitch says MYOB is simply a good all-around package and comes with a CD-Rom for an on-line help system.
As part of the arrangements, MYOB will provide valuable local expertise and make the OnDeck solution available to its approximately one million business users across Australia.
MYOB expects the acquisition to help make it more competitive in the cloud-based market.
An easy-to-use website builder such as MYOB Atlas helps you create an attractive website with its own .
The Newcastle-based company had opened exclusive talks to buy MYOB from Archer Capital and HarbourVest Partners after it outbid private-equity rivals.
More than a quarter of the country's small firms are unaware of the pounds 250 Inland Revenue incentive to file payroll returns online, according to research by accountancy software provider MYOB.
BTS's Small Business Unit handles the implementation of entry-level accounting systems such as Simply Accounting, QuickBooks, MYOB and BusinessVision.
Three programs that are generally accepted as good choices are Peachtree Accounting Complete, QuickBooks Pro 2001 (see Techwatch, this issue, for a review), and MYOB Accounting Plus 10.
About 6,000 small and medium-sized businesses have benefited from the flotation of Australian business management software developer MYOB, which gave a priority application to them as its customers.
Originally designed for the Macintosh, MYOB was one of the first packages to offer a flowchart to guide users through transaction entry--a feature that has since been copied by numerous competitors.
Netfira, a B2B software solutions provider with operations in Australia, Europe and the United States has announced it will partner with Development-X to integrate Netfira's suite of products with the Development-X Ostendo Operations Software, the leading inventory and operations management add-on solution for MYOB, QuickBooks and Pastel accounting systems in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Malaysia and Singapore.
MYOB has been trying to move its current user base from desktop to cloud-based solutions, investing $40 million on cloud developments last year as it jostles for position against new players like Xero and Intuit in the Australian and New Zealand markets.