PracticePeople In PracticeEFG aims to help you get organised

EFG aims to help you get organised

Foresight EFG will launch several new products at the event aimed at improving company organisation methods.

The IT solutions provider has created three new applications, which can be used with third-party software, including Access Accounts and ACCPAC for Windows.

The Cash Flow Manager is designed to help with the planning of business activities by keeping track of money going in and out and the Purchase Invoice Register is described as an aid to purchase authorisation prior to ledger entry.

PhoneBook allows the user to keep a record of all contacts and customer information, including phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

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