This autumn’s Softworld Accounting & Finance show offers visitors an essential opportunity to catch up with the latest software developments for the business world. It will once again provide technology information vital for driving business performance and results.
With the rise and fall of dotcoms paling into the distance, new issues are beginning to dominate the thoughts of businesses. These include the imminent arrival of the euro, web-technology, ecommerce and the ever-expanding role of the finance function.
I hope this preview on AccountancyAge.com helps you get to grips with the Softworld Accounting & Finance 2001.
Alex Miller, technology editor, Accountancy Age
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