With less than 30 working days until UK GAAP is dramatically altered, accountants have to get up to speed to prevent being non-compliant or risk failing their clie
The impact of auto enrolment has filtered through to the payroll software market, where it emerged that independent developer 12Pay quietly sold out to IRIS last
During the past month or two, users have been finding their way around version 11.4, the latest edition of the IRIS Accountancy Suite.
Several months after its dramatic acquisition of KashFlow, IRIS has relaunched the cloud bookkeeping application with new capabilities and a responsive interface
We use IRIS software as a payroll bureau.
We are running into problems around the dates given on the weekly payslips.
Just a warning for anyone starting up or thinking about moving software supplier.
The 2013 Software Satisfaction Awards confirmed the continuing shift towards cloud-based accounting applications among smaller businesses, with a near even split between desktop and online.
Does anyone have any experience of using G Books? I am currently using IRIS, and have done for many years, but sadly it now too expensive. I would also be interested in any other suggestions.
In his third article on cloud software for practice, John Stokdyk examines what’s currently available, and what’s coming soon.
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