SWK Technologies has begun selling its EDI application, Mapadoc, outside of the United States. The fact was brought out this month by Mark Meller, CEO of SWK's parent, SilverSun Technologies at his presentation at the online RetailInvestorConferences.com. "Mapadoc, for the first time, is being sold internationally," he said. Meller did not provide the name of countries involved or other details about the initiative. However, this week the company said the application is being sold in Australia.
Avalara is readying a sales tax certification program for accountants. The Bainbridge Island, Wash.-based sales-and-use tax vendor likens the developing plan to the ProAdvisor program from Intuit. Ray Bigley, the company's VP of business and corporate development, notes "There will be a different levels of certification for sales tax by Avalara." The levels would start by providing talking points to accountants interested in learning about sales tax.
Sage North America is out to get more customers to its Summit 2014 conference in late July in Las Vegas. The early bird price announced this month was $99 per for the upcoming event on July 28 through 31 at the Mandalay Bay, compared to $995 a year ago. That's right and buy now and we'll send you a set of steak knives. But wait there's more.
Renovo, which markets financial reporting applications, has released Renovofyi integration for Sage X3. The latest version of the application, which is touted as an FRx replacement, adds to a string of recently announced integrations with mid-market accounting software. In November, the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based software vendor release integrations for Epicor, Sage 300, Platinum for Windows, Dynamics GP and SL, Acumatica and Elucian.