Interview

Business Intelligence and Summary Accounting: Part 2 [Interview]

Interview series with Conrad Rohleder: Part Two Traditionally, you’d wait till the end of the month to review your business’ progress and outcomes. This can leave you chasing your tail. To keep on top of the day to day, you need a way to track your business in real-time. Understanding the differences between business intelligence and accounting is one way to achieve this. In the second part of this series with Conrad Rohleder, we discuss: The difference between summary accounting and business intelligence.

The Velocity of Ecommerce and Insight: Part 3 [Interview]

Interview series with Conrad Rohleder: Part Three Everyday efficiency and clarity surrounding your business outcomes is optimised when you can integrate and review data effectively. However, not all programs are created equal when it comes to integration. Often businesses become pigeon-holed or bogged down using multiple programs that do not communicate properly. This can inhibit the growth and success of your ecommerce business. The solution? Learning to leverage business intelligence in ecommerce.

The Velocity of Ecommerce and Sales: Part 1 [Interview]

Estimated reading time: 7 minutes 30 seconds. Interview series with Conrad Rohleder: Part One If you’re selling on an ecommerce platform, you want to do it right. Integrating intuitive, automated systems to handle your accounting and inventory is a must for your business. Programs such as Clearinity and A2X will save you time and money, paving the way for accelerated success. Clearinity is a cloud-based inventory management and operations optimization system, designed to make running your ecommerce business simpler and more successful.

How the US Trade Tariffs Will Affect Amazon FBA Sellers [Part Two]

Estimated reading time: 10 minutes. An Interview with the Owner of a US-Based Manufacturer and Online Retailer with Karen Brady  Part One here. This company uses both CNC components produced in the US, and imported components designed in the US and manufactured in Chinese factories. The final retail products are assembled in the US and sold on from their website. Following on from the interview with ExportX’s Paul Grey, I continue my investigation into the mechanics of import/export and how the US-China Trade Wars have impacted his and other companies.

How the US Trade Tariffs Will Affect Amazon FBA Sellers [Part One]

Estimated reading time: 10 minutes. An Interview with Paul Grey of ExportX [Part One] with Karen Brady  Part Two here. ExportX is an international ecommerce business representing more than 50 brands of products from Australia and New Zealand, selling with Amazon and FBA since 2008 in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia. ExportX has been importing goods to the USA for more than 10 years and has long experience with customs clearance and tariffs in dozens of product categories.

AVASK's James and Angelos discuss Amazon VAT compliance and enforcement with Ed Rosenberg

Last week Ed Rosenberg interviewed A2X partner firm AVASK about VAT compliance and enforcement for Amazon Sellers. James and Angelos covered how VAT compliance is being enforced for Amazon Sellers and the penalties faced if a business ignores compliance. VAT is complex, with some very serious implications for your business, check out the full interview below to get a sense for the challenges and importance of the VAT accounting for Amazon sales.

A2X Talks Nerdy on Xero Developer TV Episode 10

Last week Xero released their 10th episode of Developer TV, and I got to be in it! Regan and I met at the Xero offices in Auckland and talked about the A2X tech stack, the Xero ecosystem and my advice for getting started with a Xero integration. Check out the full interview below (starts around 1:33). Also worth checking out Dan’s fancy bike riding skills right at the end.