Like all good things, Wiise started with a great idea: to give small and medium-sized businesses the tools and big business smarts available to large corporates, at an affordable price. Wiise saw that the small and medium market was woefully underserved from a tech and banking standpoint. Wiise wanted to level the playing field with a system that businesses could trust when they were ready to grow beyond managing the books. So, KPMG Australia joined forces with Microsoft, bringing together industry experience, top tier tech and banking know-how. And in August 2018 Wiise was launched. Australian localised cloud ERP software that helps you manage your business from anywhere, work together effectively and do business better. The aim was and still is to make it simple for users and teams to access everything required to run their business in one hub.
Built on Microsoft, Wiise is made for Aussie businesses facing growing complexities. No matter the industry. It offers more functionality out-of-the-box such as integrated payroll and timesheets, bank feeds, CRM, industry-based Chart of Accounts, eCommerce, POS, landed costing and more. Wiise is made to help businesses outgrowing legacy systems or accounting software access cloud ERP tech that is not only made for the Australian market but is affordable.
Plus, as a Microsoft-based platform, Wiise opens a world of Microsoft tools world for users. From PowerBI to Dynamics and Office 365—Wiise works seamlessly with the entire Microsoft suite, saving businesses both time and money.
Created by KPMG Australia, Wiise benefits from its expertise on all things tax, compliance, industry and more. It also means that Wiise is held to the same rigorous standards as an ASX listed public company.
The business data hundreds of businesses trust Wiise with is housed on Microsoft Azure’s data centres located in Australia and is protected by rigorous security protocols, including multifactor authentication. Certified by BSI against international security standards ISO27001 and ISO27017, Wiise apply best-practice cloud security controls because protecting data is its top priority.