Accrington accountants go paperless

by Rachael Singh

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28 Sep 2010

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Accrington based accountants Mayes Business Partnership has made its operations paperless following a deal with Copifax, the software distribution business.

The firm has installed a system from document management business Invu, which allows all paperwork to be converted into digital format.

Anne Parkinson, MD Mayes Business Partnership, said: “Our all-round efficiency has improved tremendously."

Earlier this year Invu signed a deal with accountancy software suppliers Iris to form part of its Accountancy Practice Solutions product. Invu also has a deal with Sage to provide the same service.

Further reading:

Iris announce Invu partnership

Sage and Iris join forces with Invu

BASDA launch IT standard for environmental accounting

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