Video special: Accountancy Age reports from Softworld

Video special: Accountancy Age reports from Softworld

An exclusive video report from the Softworld show by Kevin Reed and Nicholas Neveling

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AccountancyAge.com reports from the largest IT show for accountants – the
2006 Softworld, held this week at the Birmingham NEC.

Vendors and buyers discuss what’s driving the IT market and the technologies
that will be influencing accountants’ working lives in 2007.

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