HMRC & Companies House to Speak at 4th Annual Conference

09 February 2006

The Fourth Digita Annual Conference, which takes place at the Alveston Manor in Stratford-upon-Avon on 29th and 30th March, will be host to topical discussions ranging from company identity theft to the new style HMRC ‘MTR’ forms that are due to replace the SA personal tax forms.

Conference organiser Karen Green said:

"At our conference we encourage existing and prospective customers to mix freely and share experiences. There is no better way to learn about our software than from an existing user. We provide an imaginative and invigorating programme of seminars, training and social events interspersed with speakers of topicality."

Emphasising the importance of conferences involving tax and accountancy practitioners, conference speaker Julian Hatt of the HMRC said:

"My role in leading the marketing of HMRC's online services is to convey the very real benefits of the service to professional tax practitioners. Speaking at Digita’s annual conference allows me to do this as well as providing a genuine forum for feedback which I can take to my colleagues to assist in the positive evolution of the online channel."

Arthur West of Companies House commented:'We are delighted to join Digita at their annual conference to tell customers about the progress we're making with electronic services and our plans for the future. Events like this are especially useful for us to get the benefits of electronic filing across to a customer base that is increasingly hungry for information and guidance in this area.'

The Fourth Digita Annual Conference offers 18 hours of training and technical briefings as well as the opportunity to pre-book one-to-one surgery sessions with Digita Product Managers and technical staff.

To register call Karen Green on 01395 270311 or visit

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