Accounting software

Enterprise carbon software has a leader

Groom Energy Solutions names its winner of enterprise carbon software this year as it predicts this type of technology will quadruple in three years

11 Aug 2009

Tax fraudsters hack into firms' systems

Firm hacked by fraudsters in £1.8m tax scam

10 Aug 2009

BT launches into SME online accounting market

BT targets SMEs and their advisers in online accounting launch

26 Jun 2009

Software special: touch screen technology - fingertip control

Is touch screen technology finally living up to the hype?

25 Jun 2009

Deloitte switches to CCH

Deloitte chooses CCH to meet its growing demand of online personal tax filings

17 Jun 2009

On cloud nine with Rachael Singh

The adoption of online computing, or cloud computing, could not come at a better time with its money saving and environmental capabilities. But why the slow uptake?

28 May 2009

How to choose large enterprise software: location

New cities and countries are emerging as potential places to outsource your business processes, so making a choice is now much more complicated

21 May 2009

How to choose large enterprise software: buyer beware

A shake-up at the top end of the IT industry could have a big influence on your choice of software provider

21 May 2009

PwC to launch Fraud Academy

Big Four firm says forum to share knowledge and participate in research to help prevent, detect and investigate fraud and economic crime goes live tomorrow

19 May 2009

Fraud protection has ITs limits

If used correctly, experts say invoice software can help reduce the risk of fraud but the Satyam case proved that large-scale fraud involving invoices aren't unheard of

14 May 2009

Sage delivers profit in line with expectations

Revenue up 17% to £748.4m

06 May 2009

Software special: call for back up

Outsourcing isn’t just about cutting costs: it frees up staff for more lucrative work

30 Apr 2009

Satyam fraud methodology revealed

Indian investigators disclose how computer systems were subverted to generate false invoices

29 Apr 2009

Experts refute Jackson’s criticism of SaaS

The tussle over whether online software is growing in popularity rumbles on

09 Apr 2009

Mamut’s future still in doubt

Still unclear whether software provider will be sold

09 Apr 2009

PwC partners charged over Satyam

Indian investigators reveal charges against PwC partners and Satyam executives

08 Apr 2009

Sage branches into online filing

Sage's latest tax software launch includes online tax filing and verification

31 Mar 2009

Hillier Hopkins swaps CCH for Digita

Accountancy firm swaps CCH tax software for more functionality in another supplier

30 Mar 2009

NetSuite posts record profits in Q4 2008

NetSuite grows 30% in comparison to Q4 2007

11 Feb 2009

Rival backs Sage after software security scare

Coda marketing director defends rival, Sage, as the latter has to withdraw a new web software product due to a security scare

05 Feb 2009

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How software as a service can meet the strategic needs of a growing business

Organisations are now looking for a software service that is cost effective, flexible, streamlined and able to meet the needs of the business both today and in the future

This web seminar will explain how finance directors can monitor and understand the various financial costs of staff turnover

The Practitioner: Mastering a merger

The Practitioner calls for senior staff to step up to the plate: as clandestine merger meetings take place

Guest Column: My year as FD-turned-CEO

Richard Stone speaks openly about his first year as Share plc's CEO - having served as its FD

Leader: KPMG's SME move part of a worrying change to small practice landscape

KPMG's foray into the SME market will likely succeed, but it must convince clients it will ‘care' in the same way a ‘local' practice would


David vs Goliath? Small practitioners pick apart KPMG's SME move

Storm erupts after Big Four firm announces it will take on high-street accountants and the mid-tier accountancy firms that focus predominantly on SME market

Taking Stock: Mazuma's Blue (Peter) movie

Those crazy cats at Mazuma have filmed a brilliant Blue Peter-style video. They're wasted in number-crunching

Colin: Ben Affleck's costume drama

Colin wonders how much Ben Affleck's turn in The Accountant will differ from his previous roles

Taking Stock: Shooting begins on Affleck thriller The Accountant

Affleck is the star in Warner Brothers flick about and a mild-mannered accountant who becomes a high-class assassin by night

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