April 22, 2009
In his post on the ICAEW's forum entitled Dynamo or Dinosaur, Richard Messik (partner at Vantis, long time advocate of online accounting and a good friend to e-conomic) challenges the accounting profession to jump on the online accounting bandwagon.
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April 19, 2009
Daniel Ardizzone of Oxford Montessori Schools is looking for someone who knows how to integrate with Google Checkout. If you have done this or have relevant experience, please drop us a line at info[AT]e-conomic.co.uk and we'll connect you to Daniel.
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April 9, 2009
I totally agree with this post on business Cloud9 which makes some very valid points about the cost of ownership and the upside of using online accounting solutions. In particular the importance of cashflow for SME's struggling in the current climate.
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April 6, 2009
March 30, 2009
e-conomic often surprises me by making it really easy to do things that you think are going to be hard or even impossible. Just last week I learned something new while answering the question of a customer who wanted to change the number of periods ...
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March 25, 2009
I was very interested to read an article today on an Accounting web newswire by Guest Practice editor Mark Lee about 'How Accountants can help SMEs through the recession' and one of the points made was that an Accountant can spend hours doing recociliations and ...
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March 25, 2009
We have introduced two new features in the subscription module. Like the other functions of the subscription module these functions addresses firms and organisations using recurring invoicing e.g. web hosting, leasing companies, clubs etc.
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