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iplicit set for ‘pivotal’ year as triple-digit growth continues

iplicit set for ‘pivotal’ year as triple-digit growth continues

iplicit says 2024 will be “pivotal” for the business after revenue and user numbers more than doubled in each of its first five years. As well as growing by more than 100% annually, the

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How MATs will be expected to handle government finance such as Trust Capacity Fund (TCaF)

How MATs will be expected to handle government finance such as Trust Capacity Fund (TCaF)

All over the country, multi-academy trusts are preparing applications for the government’s Trust Capacity Fund (TCaF) – or awaiting the result of one they’ve already submitted. It is the

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iplicit offers benefits of accounts payable automation to its customers

iplicit offers benefits of accounts payable automation to its customers

Software vendor reveals its own product to sit alongside those of partners. The finance platform iplicit is offering the time-saving advantages of accounts payable (AP) automation to its

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‘Innovative’ iplicit takes two trophies at 2023 Tech South West Awards

‘Innovative’ iplicit takes two trophies at 2023 Tech South West Awards

iplicit has been saluted for “flying the flag for innovation” by winning two trophies at a ceremony honouring the best technology businesses in the South West.

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What’s been added to iplicit in 2023 – and how a lot of it was your idea

What’s been added to iplicit in 2023 – and how a lot of it was your idea

The calendar year will be over before we know it – as anyone dealing with a December 31 year-end will be all too aware. It’s a good time to recap on the new features and enhancements that

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Five key takeaways for MATs from the autumn 2023 Schools and Academies Show

Five key takeaways for MATs from the autumn 2023 Schools and Academies Show

The Schools & Academies Show attracted thousands of people from the education sector to Birmingham’s NEC with a programme of inspiring content, policy updates and practical resources. The

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What multi-academy trusts (MATs) should do now for an easier audit next time

What multi-academy trusts (MATs) should do now for an easier audit next time

If you work in the finance team of a multi-academy trust, you might not be keen to hear the word “audit” again for a while. The annual autumn inspection of the MAT’s finances can be

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What research tells us about multi-academy trusts’ financial stability

What research tells us about multi-academy trusts’ financial stability

New research has revealed a sharp drop in confidence among the leaders of school multi-academy trusts (MATs) about their financial sustainability. The survey of MAT chief executives shows

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Why put off new software until tomorrow if you can afford to do it today?

Why put off new software until tomorrow if you can afford to do it today?

Your business has outgrown your entry-level accounting software. It’s probably a good problem to have, but what do you do now?

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Irregular accounting periods and how software can help tackle this problem

Irregular accounting periods and how software can help tackle this problem

You probably learned a rhyme at school that began: “Thirty days hath September, April, June and November.” It was intended to help your infant mind make sense of our confusing calendar. But

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Stress in finance teams: What you need to know and what you can do about it

Stress in finance teams: What you need to know and what you can do about it

Stress and burnout are serious health risks for many people in overstretched finance teams. Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday 1 November is part of International Stress Awareness Week – an

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What is cloud financial management and will it work for you?

What is cloud financial management and will it work for you?

If you run an established business, you’ll be very familiar with financial management. It’s an umbrella term that covers a variety of ways to plan, organise and monitor your financial

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