The benefits of a unified finance platform
For group companies, getting a real-time consolidated view of your numbers can be a real challenge, especially if you’re using multiple copies of a smaller finance system such as Xero,
True cloud software – the future is here
When you know your finance software isn’t performing, the first consideration you need to make is, of course, what options are available to you.
Changing your finance software: The price of indecision
Finance professionals are the cornerstone of business operations. Their knowledge and analytical skills are integral to secure financial stability and company growth. However, for many
Data to insight: Business Intelligence explained
What is business intelligence (BI)? Business intelligence (BI) is a term that refers to the technology and processes used to collect, store, and analyse data that can be used to improve
3 reasons why you should adopt true cloud accounting software
Legacy and on-premise finance systems are a drag… but we don’t need to tell you that. Built long before the rise of cloud technology (where on-demand computing services are delivered over
Are you stretching your finance system to breaking point?
Are you stretching your finance system to breaking point due to a lack of affordable options?
Tim Coles to help Software & Tech companies maximise growth
Smarter, more efficient iplicit accounting software helps companies to maximise revenue growth and become more ‘funding ready’.
Budgeting vs Forecasting – What’s the difference?
Budgeting and forecasting are two essential tools for financial planning. But how can you tell them apart? Despite being very different practices, the two terms are often used
5 tips for effective project cost management
There’s no doubt about it – a successful project is underpinned by how well you manage its spend. Not only will your initiative get the best possible results when you budget for the right
Is this the end of desktop accounting software?
What will the end of Sage 50 and QuickBooks desktop accounting software mean for you?