Analyzing the costs of paper and the benefits of digital processes
You may already have an idea of how much your expense management process is costing your business. But how much of a return on investment might you expect by making this a digital process?
Why these outweigh the challenges
Following on from our recent blog post about the short-term challenges of digital transformation for SMEs, the article looks at the long-term benefits of moving paper-based processes on screen.
Weighing up the short term challenges vs. the long term benefits
Many businesses consider the short term challenges of going digital to outweigh the long term benefits. But how can these challenges be overcome?
Discussing both sides of the argument
In the modern, highly connected and competitive business landscape, sources of competitive advantage can be difficult to find. Is IT a driver of competitive advantage, or simply a necessary business cost?
And what lessons can be learned from the retail sector?
The UK high street is struggling, due in no small part to some retailers being unable to keep up with digital transformation. This article looks as the need for SMEs to go digital.
Explaining the cloud and its benefits
Have you embraced the cloud yet, or is it still a bit of a mystery? This blog post identifies why it's time to start using cloud services.
The advantages of a digital fax system over a paper process
Switching from a manual fax system to a digital one can help your company comply with GDPR regulations. Find out how.
Why you need incoming as well as outgoing finance document management processes
Finance is a game of two halves. This post analyses both of them: money in and money out.
A Q&A with one of our partners
Lee Cridland, Operations Director at our partner, Mercurius IT, discusses his extensive experience of expense management and how SMEs should set up their own processes.
What are the main talking points in the finance industry?
Discover the key talking points from Accountex, which are getting a lot of attention right now from accountants, bookkeepers and SMEs.