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iplicit is now easily linked with thousands of other applications thanks to iPaaS technology

iplicit is now easily linked with thousands of other applications thanks to iPaaS technology

Finance teams will be able to easily connect their accounting software with their choice of thousands of other applications thanks to a major upgrade to iplicit’s integration features. The

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Four steps to digital finance transformation for non-profits

Four steps to digital finance transformation for non-profits

In our recent webinar on the topic of Digital Transformation for Non-Profits, Keith Collins, Principal Consultant at Adapta Consulting shared the four key steps to digitalising a nonprofit

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How software can help accountancy practices during a recruitment crisis

How software can help accountancy practices during a recruitment crisis

Was there ever really a time when bright school leavers were ushered by their careers advisers towards a comfortable life in accountancy? If so, it seems to be long gone. Research confirms

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iplicit on track to exceed 100 multi-academy trusts within 18 months of BETT launch

iplicit on track to exceed 100 multi-academy trusts within 18 months of BETT launch

Accounting software rapidly gaining traction among MATs Award-winning finance software platform iplicit is confident it will have more than 100 multi-academy trusts (MATs) as customers by

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How the right software can simplify accounting for SPVs

How the right software can simplify accounting for SPVs

In a host of industries, the idea of setting up special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to handle separate projects or initiatives makes good business sense. The only drawback is that some

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How to make the business case to your board for new finance software

How to make the business case to your board for new finance software

You’ve decided your organisation needs a new finance system – but the hard part is getting your board to agree with you. That’s a situation many a financial director or chief financial

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Cloud Accounting Vs Traditional Accounting

Cloud Accounting Vs Traditional Accounting

Why fix something that isn’t broken? If your charity has been using traditional accounting software for many years with no big problems, it’s understandable that you might be reluctant to

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How irregular accounting periods like the 4-4-5 calendar can confuse your software

How irregular accounting periods like the 4-4-5 calendar can confuse your software

Some organisations don’t divide their calendars into the same standard quarters and months as the rest of the accounting world. For a host of good reasons, some prefer their trading periods

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Implementing new accounting software: what to expect

Implementing new accounting software: what to expect

Even when you can see the clear business benefits to be had from upgrading your finance software, the thought of the implementation process can be daunting. You may feel you can’t really

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Home and hybrid working are here to stay – and here’s how software can help

Home and hybrid working are here to stay – and here’s how software can help

To judge by a few high-profile stories in the news, you might think home and hybrid working were going out of fashion. Disney CEO Bob Iger told staff he wanted them in the office at least

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Finance software for charities: practical advice for those thinking of changing

Finance software for charities: practical advice for those thinking of changing

Ever since the pandemic, many charities have been conscious that their finance systems and workflows could use some improvement. At the height of that crisis, a lot of nonprofits realised

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Feel the fear and do … nothing? What’s stopping people from switching finance software?

Feel the fear and do … nothing? What’s stopping people from switching finance software?

Research has revealed a lot of fear among finance chiefs about the prospect of changing their accounting software. It’s not surprising that hard-pushed finance departments might be wary of

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