RegulationCorporate GovernanceAccrington accountants go paperless

Accrington accountants go paperless

Mayes Business Partnership use Invu to make its firm paperless

Accrington based accountants Mayes Business Partnership has made its operations paperless following a deal with Copifax, the software distribution business.

The firm has installed a system from document management business Invu, which allows all paperwork to be converted into digital format.

Anne Parkinson, MD Mayes Business Partnership, said: “Our all-round efficiency has improved tremendously.”

Earlier this year Invu signed a deal with accountancy software suppliers Iris to form part of its Accountancy Practice Solutions product. Invu also has a deal with Sage to provide the same service.

Further reading:

Iris announce Invu partnership

Sage and Iris join forces with Invu

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