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BDO Wins at MYOB Business Awards

17th April 2019 For immediate release


BDO Wins at MYOB Business Awards

A focus on making business better for its customers has seen BDO New Zealand scoop a prestigious partner award at MYOB’s The Connected Business: 2019 Enterprise Solutions Partner Conference, which saw 170 guests attend a gala awards ceremony in Noosa, Australia.

BDO won the Excellence in Business Development: MYOB Advanced Award, for sales of MYOB’s Advanced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in New Zealand.

“BDO Information Systems are delighted to receive the MYOB Advanced business development award for New Zealand 2019. We have found MYOB Advanced to be a perfect fit for our clients who have outgrown SME accounting systems and are looking for fully integrated cloud ERP software,” says Craig Gower, Partner, Business Advisory Services, BDO.

“This award recognises the expertise of the BDO Information Systems team, who are dedicated to delivering innovative cloud-based solutions for our clients.”

MYOB Head of Enterprise Solutions Gary Katzeff says the BDO team are at the forefront of helping local business harness the power of technology.

“Utilising the latest technology can help good businesses turn into great businesses, but many owners and managers find it hard to pick the best solution to meet their needs. BDO does an exceptional job advising on the best option to help deliver great efficiency, productivity and profitability.

“MYOB Advanced has exceeded market expectation across the Australia and New Zealand markets and is now positioned as the fastest growing cloud ERP solution for the mid-market. This award recognises the very high level of service the team at BDO Information Services provides its clients. We look forward to working with them to help even more local businesses succeed.”

The MYOB High Achievers Awards have been running for 10 years across New Zealand and Australia as part of a three day conference, bringing MYOB’s Enterprise reseller community together with MYOB’s Enterprise division senior team for information sharing and strategic workshops.


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