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Win a luxury trip to San Diego

With IFRS biting, the compliance burden escalating, and talented staff thin in the ground, the technology that underpins the accountancy business will be under greater pressure then ever in 2005.

With that in mind, we want to know what aspects of IT you expect to cause you the biggest headache over the next 12 months. Let us know, and you will be in with a chance to win a luxury trip for two for four nights in May to San Diego.

The winner will also have the opportunity to attend the user conference of our sponsor, technology solutions provider Datawatch.

Click on the following link to enter the draw: Link

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