Keep up to date with latest company and product developments, media coverage and Tips and Tricks – our helpful hints on how to operate the Accredo system.

09 April 2018

No doubt many Accredo users will have heard about AIM (Accounting Income Method), a new provisional tax option the New Zealand Inland Revenue department made available from 1 April 2018. »


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24 October 2017

Increasing user accessibility is a key focus of the latest version of Accredo’s software (It can be downloaded here), which now supports high Dots Per Inch (DPI) for Windows. This means users can now scale Accredo on their screen to greater magnifications - 125%, 150%, etc. The Accredo scaling does not affect the general Windows scaling setting a user may have in place – Accredo operates its own scaling on top of the Windows control. »


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04 September 2017

Accredo customer, Think Water New Plymouth, has won the 2017 Think Water Franchise of the Year award and co-owner Angela Bevan says the time-saving functions in Accredo’s accounting software have helped keep the business in winning shape. »


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03 March 2017
Ransomware viruses, such as CryptoLocker, are causing trouble for an increasing number of New Zealand businesses. Accredo Channel Manager, Kevin Carberry, says Accredo customers should take the threat of infection very seriously. »
03 March 2017

Accredo’s latest accounting software build is one of its most comprehensive, delivering new or improved features across most modules. As always, many of these enhancements came about as a result of customer feedback. We always take customer suggestions and requests seriously, as they are key to ensuring the software is continually made easier and better to use.  »


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11 July 2016
Another reminder to customers to be on the alert for ransomware – an evolving type of malware that is becoming more common. It encrypts data files and then demands payment within a time limit to decrypt the information. We are aware of a number of recent infections amongst Accredo clients, since it is often first noticed when frequently used files, e.g. Accredo data, is accessed. Everyone is vulnerable and there is nothing we can do after it has struck. »
Author: Tish Brindle

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