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Mamut passes ICAEW test

Norwegian-based software company Mamut has gained IT accreditation from the ICAEW.

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The company, that recently launched in the UK, has passed the ‘financial products’ accreditation for its general business software product.

‘Mamut Business Software is a very user-friendly, integrated business administration package that is likely to be popular with many small businesses in the UK as it has been in mainland Europe,’ according to Baker Tilly information systems partner John Oates. Baker Tilly currently tests products for the ICAEW’s accreditation scheme.

‘The accreditation provides a good basis for Mamut and verifies that the solution is well adapted to the UK market,’ according to Alan Moody, Mamut’s UK managing director.

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