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Cloud Computing

As Greentree launches its software as a service (SaaS) offering, Tom Herbert speaks to its UK MD about the reluctance of many mid-market companies to move to the cloud.


Practice technology champion Doug Sleeter recently apologised on Ac


Step right up, ladies and gentlemen… AccountingWEB’s tic-tac man John Stokdyk is here to give you the rundown on the runners and riders in accountancy’s hottest software race for years.


“In terms of organic growth, we’ve been the fastest growing UK accounting firm for three years,” says John Norris , visibility manager at Brighton-based Crunch Accounting.


Now with 250,000 users in seven countries, Dutch cloud accounting system Exact Online continues to pose a threat to the handful of other companies making a play in the global accounting marketp

Returning time-consuming data entry and paper shuffling tasks to business clients with cloud technology can benefit both sides, according to

Sage chief executive Stephen Kelly and his senior colleagues came to London this week to bang the drum for Sag


For the past few years, AccountingWEB and its members have occasionally taken tax and practice software developers to task for their failure to innovate.


Every year, it seems, someone, somewhere will be predicting that this will be the one when business forecasting takes off in a big way. This year it might be true, writes John Stokdyk.


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