#63 - When Software Companies Attack

Another big week in the trenches as Dave and Paul deal with startups, statistics, software and surcharges. The boys tackle an interesting issue in the in-depth topic this week, a fascinating discussion that isn’t to be missed!

Last chance to grab tickets to our EOFY event (link in the show notes), we’ve got some great awards, great entertainment and even better people coming along!

Episode 63

Show Notes

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1:13 Best on Ground

Paul

Start-up Code of Conduct

https://blog.blackbird.vc/code-of-conduct-for-blackbird-and-startmate-7798ea70bc93

‘It’s a great initiative and well overdue’

           

Dave

Statistics on Lead Generation for Accountants – How Do You Compare?

https://bizinkonline.com/statistics-on-lead-generation-for-accountants-how-do-you-compare/

‘A good sample size and some interesting insights’

 

7:36 Worst on Ground

Paul

POP Tax

http://www.pop-tax.com.au/#about

‘Interesting.’

 

Healthengine Sharing Patients Information with Lawyers

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-25/healthengine-sharing-patients-information-with-lawyers/9894114

Who Owns the Data? What will they do to it?

 

Medicare Levy Surcharge

https://www.qantasassure.com/health-insurance/medicare-levy-surcharge

A very pertinent piece of information.

 

Dave

Paying to be a Judge

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6416573088879697920

‘It doesn’t make sense, it’s a bit ridiculous’

 

29:20 In Depth Topic:

Paul shares an interesting story about a trip to the courtroom regarding an agreement with a software provider. It made for an interesting debate on the customer service expectations, client engagement mechanisms and self-service economy reflections.

Tune in to hear about what happened and what the boys think it means for the industry.