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Access Accounting leads carbon trail at Softworld

Softworld sees the lauch of a web access product from Access Accounting

Access Accounting has launched FocalPointSE at the latest Softworld show. The
new programme will enable organisations to reduce business process and
complexity as well as monitor its carbon footprint.

FocalPointSE will be combined with the existing Dimensions business system
and is aimed at reducing administrative processes in companies.

John Beech, managing director Access Accounting said: ‘Time is money for
organisations especially in the current economic climate. With the growing
complexities of running any business within the midst of increased
globalisation, compliance and changing working practices, we believe our role is
to offer the tools to take the burden off organisations’.

The new software will be available via the web giving greater access to users
and includes the previously launched Accounting for Carbon Emissions programme.

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