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Making Money from KPI’s

written by Digita Support, 13 June 2016

By Julie Sandford, Customer Support.

I had a lovely couple of days covering the Digita Practice Management Surgery desk at Synergy 2016. It was great to put faces to the names of people that I typically only speak to on the phone when answering technical queries.
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Can more accountants make more of KPIs and make more profit?

written by Editor, 9 June 2016

Guest blog by, Paul Shrimpling, Remarkable Practice

Employees

At the Thomson Reuters 2016 conference I shared 3 important insights about valuable KPIs, client meetings and helpful questions.
After 15 years of advising accountancy firms I have uncovered 3 worthwhile obsessions for accountants in practice.
If you don’t implement the right KPI’s, develop the right client relationships and focus on the right queries to help power your practice forward you will notice;

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Thomson Reuters Reveal Expert Insights into Emerging Technologies at Accountex 2016

written by Editor, 9 May 2016

Keynote speech discusses the implications of Blockchain technology on accountancy

Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, will share its expert insights into emerging technologies at this year’s Accountex.

Richard Collin, head of mobile application development at Thomson Reuters will deliver his keynote speech ‘What is Blockchain?’ on Thursday 12 May, at 1pm. Delegates can hear how this new technology is set to revolutionise the tax and accounting professions by booking their place in the Accountex Keynote Theatre.

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How Can Your Practice Connect with Millennials in the Accountancy Profession?

written by Editor, 14 April 2016

Guest blog by, Chris Taylor, Digita Marketing Assistant

connect with millennials

In recent years the millennial generation has become more prevalent in the UK labor market. The number of millennialls in the UK is currently estimated to be 13.8 million with this figure rising on a daily basis. These figures are reflected on a global scale with some industry experts predicting that millennials will make up 75% of the labor market by 2025.

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From April 6th corporate transparency will become a reality

written by Editor, 4 April 2016

Guest blog by, Ian Manson, Digita Product Manager

Corporate transparency

On 6th April, a commitment to corporate transparency made at the June 2013 G8 summit will become a reality.

The summit was hosted by the United Kingdom at Lough Erne, Northern Ireland and presided over by David Cameron. Its themes were tax evasion and transparency.

One of the commitments, made in David Cameron’s Summit Declaration, was that “Companies should know who really owns them and tax collectors and law enforcers should be able to obtain this information easily.”

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Strategies to enhance your Practice Performance

written by Editor, 2 March 2016

Guest blog by, Connor Mears, Digita Sales Consultant

practice performance

It is a well known fact that the most successful businesses are the most organized, they will normally use every minute of their day to complete as many tasks as possible. This is more recognized in the world of accounting, time equals money. So how can you get the most out of your working day to boost your practice performance?

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How to achieve the work life blend

written by Editor, 8 January 2016

Guest blog by, Mikaela Barton, Digita Marketing Assistant

Work life blend

The work life blend is a thing of the past popularized in the 1970’s by the baby boom generation, used to describe the balance between an individual’s work and personal life. This generation valued security and structure. The problem was that this model is unobtainable; it is an unrealistic ideology that many of us strive for, but failed with and were left feeling frustratingly defeated, leading to the evolution of the work life blend.

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