Andrew Flanagan, managing director at Digita, offers advice on how to ensure the technology you choose helps you stand out from the competition, and supports you as your practice grows.
We've all heard that it's often not what you know, but who you know.
Post by Mark Purdue, senior product manager – Digita Tax Software, part of the Tax & Accounting Business of Thomson Reuters
Two of the country's biggest tax and practice software suppliers have broken up over their shared corporation tax software relationship.
Is there an accountancy firm near to Mid Sussex (who uses the Digita integrated suite) that can spare me 30 minutes?
I attended the Digita Annual Conference in Canary Wharf which was a one day event with an earlier similar event in Leeds.
Some interesting new products demonstrated.
In his third article on cloud software for practice, John Stokdyk examines what’s currently available, and what’s coming soon.
Thomson Reuters and AccountingWEB teamed up to put on a free, live webinar on 19 June at 11am.
The Thomson Reuters tax and accounting division unveiled a suite of hosted tools for UK practitioners at the Accountex event in London this month.
Cloud computing represents a big change in the way accountants work, but many practitioners don’t know where to start with this emerging technology.
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