It’s been a rather dull week here in Belfast. We’ve had thunder and lightning at regular intervals, heavy downpours…….and I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s been caught outside without their umbrella.
We’ve all been there, sitting in our cars not wanting to open the door, thinking “Do I really have to go out in that rain?”
Attention business owners, managers and finance professionals! Have you recently stopped to consider the impact of developing automation technologies on your business?
I had my first experience of working in accounting 10 years ago in 2007. Invoices were received in the post, date stamped and manually entered into the system for payment. This was my entire job and it was a full time one.
Tofu. Brussel Sprouts. Marmite. Microsoft Excel.
What do the above have in common? People either love or hate them.
While Microsoft Excel may not be an edible piece of food, people either love or hate walking through the doors at 9.00am to sit down with the green “XL” logo. But why the negativity?
The Glastonbury weekend has come and gone, featuring a plethora of music acts, and hundreds of thousands of music fans embracing the world-famous festival. With the festival season in full swing, we have a few pointers on how businesses can take financial inspiration from the event.