Timeline of Reckon’s history
Reckon demerges its GetBusy Productivity and Document Management Software Division including its Virtual Cabinet Document Management Software and SmartVault Document Management Software.
Reckon One online accounting software launches into the UK market.
Reckon buys SmartVault online document management to supercharge its professional document management technology.
Soft launch of a very young Reckon One online accounting software. #NewBeginnings
Reckon’s relationship Intuit Inc, USA, ends. QuickBooks® brand officially can no longer be used by Reckon. #EndOfEra
Automated data entry software for accountants hits the market with Reckon SyncDirect.
Decision to give up QuickBooks® and Quicken® names is made. Massive re-branding effort launches!
Reckon buys Lindenhouse and Virtual Cabinet online document management. Explosive growth in numbers ever since!
QuickBooks® Hosted (now called Reckon Accounts Hosted) launched. Still the most comprehensive software in the market for larger businesses.
Reckon buys Shelco, starts helping businesses with new company registrations.
Reckon adds to its lineup by buying Desktop Super.
Reckon QuickBooks® named Best Small Business Accounting package by PC User’s Top 100 products review.
Reckon buys leading accountancy practice management software APS. Now used by 70% of the countries top accounting practices, and three of the Big Four accountancy firms.
Strategic partnership with Microsoft announced with integration between Reckon QuickBooks® and Microsoft Office.
Reckon QuickBooks® is Editor’s choice in PC magazine.
New Millenium! (Y2K averted 🙂 )
Kaching! Reckon lists on the Australian Stock Exchange at a 167% premium above the issue price on 19 July.
Reckon expands across the ditch into New Zealand and further afield to Singapore.
Reckon QuickBooks® for business software unleashed into the Australian market.
Hooray! History is made as Reckon Quicken® personal finance software is released in Australia.