Accessing up-to-date information about running costs is a winning formula for longstanding New Zealand farm equipment supplier, FarmChief. The company runs three branches in the South Island and one in the North Island. It relies on the Accredo accounting system to ensure tight control over sales activity and in-depth visibility into how each location performs.
Independent Egg Producers (IEP) is a co-operative of egg farms in the North and South Islands that switched to the Accredo accounting solution three years ago. The move has proved fruitful. Accredo meets the co-operative needs as a whole but is flexible enough to accommodate the different business processes of the individual egg farm owners.
South Island-based business, Haydn Brush Company, is using a browser-based PDF Reader developed by software-as-a-service provider Rapido, integrated with its Accredo business management solution, to minimise order entry errors and speed up service.
A software integration that seamlessly links back office functions with technicians in the field is giving trade services contractor, Foleys, a single source of truth thanks to real-time data feeds between Accredo and Tradie on the Move.
When Steve Malcolm went looking for new software to run his wholesale pip fruit distribution business, he struggled to find a system capable of handling his key business processes – that was until a colleague suggested Accredo accounting software.
Freshly independent New Zealand loyalty company, Aciem, has hit the ground running thanks to a speedy installation of Accredo’s SME accounting software.
A Southland-owned milking, electrical and irrigation company is making life easier for its fleet of on-the-road technicians, giving them access to Accredo’s purchase order functionality through their smartphones and tablets.
When a business goes through a sustained period of growth, such as that experienced by New Zealand childcare operator BestStart, replacing its accounting system with one that has more capacity and functionality to meet future demand sounds like a sensible, decisive step to take.
Acquiring a business is a proven way to grow and diversify a company quickly. But while sudden growth presents opportunities, it also carries risks.
Ask any owner of a distribution company and they will tell you running a successful business requires constant vigilance. There are a lot of details which can make or break a business – satisfying demanding customers, keeping track of hundreds of products, and meeting short deadlines, to name just a few.
When you compete against one of the biggest dairy companies in the world, running an agile and efficient business is vital to success, according to Rick Thorpe, owner of New Zealand family run cheese maker, the Waimata Cheese Company.
These days when a business ponders how to extend its competitive advantage, e-commerce is often one of the first functions to come under scrutiny.
Sometimes it’s the seemingly simple things that can be the trickiest to achieve. That’s what Graeme Wright of Barnes Oysters discovered when he set out to automate the invoicing process at the Bluff oyster processing business he manages in Invercargill.
New Zealand owned and operated coffee roasting company, Altura, was one of the first Kiwi businesses to anticipate and embrace our devotion to a good cup of java.
The integration of two best-of-breed software solutions has provided a growing family owned manufacturing firm the functionality of an enterprise ERP system for a fraction of the cost.
One system that does everything is how Karen Orr, Office Manager for South Island-based Fluid Power Solutions, describes the company’s Accredo business management software solution.
When home-based business co-director Matt Anderson went looking for an accounting system, he had some specific requirements to address. He wanted powerful inventory management, easy integration with his e-commerce operation and a solution that would scale to allow the business to grow.
Over the last 15 years, specialist importing and engineering firm, Supply Services, has reinvented itself and Accredo has helped it meet many of the challenges encountered along the way.
Keeping the stagelights shining at a professional theatre in New Zealand requires astute financial management. Staying ahead in a cash strapped economy is hard going, but for Auckland Theatre Company (ATC) the task has become easier since moving to Accredo.
A recent project to plug online time and job sheet information directly into Accredo is helping Nind Electrical Services streamline its administrative processes.
South Island engineering company, I-Trans New Zealand, is using business software from Accredo to better monitor production costs and maximise profit.
Growth, acquisition and consolidation are phases many companies experience. The change can compel organisations to move to new accounting or business management solutions.