Cloud software vendor Xero has raised prices for its web-based accounting software in New Zealand. The company announced the plan on its blog recently, saying the new rates will go into effect on December 1. However, there are no plans for price increases elsewhere. In answer to a query, CEO Rod Drury pointed to the blog as providing the best information about the change. "In the last eight years, Xero has made massive improvements and added many features, yet we've only increased our prices by $1 per month," the blog stated.
FinancialForce.com has introduced tests of two applications that are powered by the Salesforce Wave Analytics Platform. The new products are the FinancialForce Accounting Wave App and the FinancialForce Supply Chain Wave App. The packages deliver what the company called "at-a-glance insights across the entire sales, supply chain and finance functions, including ordering, billing, delivery performance and payment history ..."
I.B.I.S., a Peachtree Corners, Ga.-based Dynamics reseller has sold its Dynamics GP practice to Socius. Based in Dublin, Ohio, Socius said the deal enables it to expand its GP market share to more of the United States and it now has more than 150 employees in that part of the business. The move by I.B.I.S. was not surprising given its emphasis on its AX practice and that was cited by the reseller's CEO Andy Vabulas in announcing the deal. "By divesting our Dynamics GP business, we are now laser focused on our Dynamics AX and CRM businesses and related intellectual property," Vabulas said in a prepared statement.
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