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How’s the transition to EMV going?

At Finsphere, beginning back in mid 2014, we started to blog about the transition to EMV (for Europay, MasterCard, Visa, or “chip and pin”) from the perspective of our expertise in “ 670 more words

Square takes on payroll giant ADP with new service

As payments company Square evolves into a modern day bank for small and medium-sized businesses, the company is debuting the next financial service: payroll.

In the past year, Square has… 273 more words


Intuit Lays Off 399 Employees In Company Realignment

Intuit has confirmed to TechCrunch that it has laid off 399 people, or just under 5 percent of the company’s roughly 8,000 employees, in a re-alignment of the company. 256 more words



I am so fed up of these supposed internet programmers who think they know the best way to do things! Once in a while I wish some of these geeks would get out of their little cubical and ask us common people something or just listen to us! 639 more words

Data Governance is a vast topic and I thought I will never write about it primarily because I wanted to keep my posts mostly technical. However, I have seen people walking up to me and saying “You work for Data Governance, eh ?

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Scott Cook: Intuit Founder

Scott Cook who is in his early 60s earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and mathematics at the University of Southern California. Scott also holds an MBA from Harvard University. 161 more words


Common Ledger - a solution to a common problem

Current business trends place increasing emphasis on value-add activities and services. This is especially relevant for accountants who frequently resort to the archaic practice of manually keying client data into their practice accounting software. 623 more words

Cloud Accounting