There are plenty of corporate payroll packages on the market, each with their own quirks and complexities. Our handy guide simplifies the situation by offering the tools you need to sort the wheat from the chaff.
When hunting for ways to free up working capital, the company board often looks to the accounts receivable department to collect money faster. But how can the accounts team shine if their processes are stuck in the dark ages?
Growth is a sign that your business is succeeding, but growth without preparation can put that success at risk – and nowhere is that more evident than in your supply chain.
Payroll is often thought about as that boring function that’s basically taken care of by the HR team or accounts, but not getting it right carries risk to security, reputation, or loss of key IP.
As a business grows, the need to move away from manually entering and managing data grows exponentially. In this article, we describe what’s at risk by putting off automation.
Used wisely, social media platforms will be a force for positive change and recent events indicate how corporate players should consider developing their social strategies.
The data’s in: consumers trust brands that are transparent with their data.
Late payments. Two words that can strangle your cash flow and tie up staff in the unwanted task of working the phones to chase unpaid invoices (phone tag anyone?).