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Article credit: Sage When you first started your business, you probably didn’t anticipate how much time it would take to balance your books and manage your cash flow – a major stumbling block for most small businesses. ‘Accountant’ is one of the many hats you wear as...
COVID-19 has catalysed the biggest shift in the role of financial decision-making, accelerating digital transformation and increasing the associated challenges for senior financial decision-makers.
Research has revealed that nine out of 10 senior financial decision-makers play a vital role in their organisation’s digital transformation.
Adapt to digital transformation by looking at the three broader trends driving the corporate finance function. Click here to read more
How can small business owners and entrepreneurs thrive during COVID-19 rather than just scrape by? Read more to find out the five key tips.
Accountant and business owner shares advice he gives to his own clients during difficult times, including his secret to a healthy cash flow.
Here are immediate and long-term business continuity steps that you should take to future-proofing your supply chain.
Inventory error: ‘Filter cannot be opened’ when searching segmented Inventory Items on source documents
How to fix Error: “Filter cannot be opened” when searching segmented Inventory Items on source document in Sage 200 Evolution
Being an effective negotiator is key to business success but this skill doesn’t always come naturally. Here are 5 ways to develop yours.
If you are a one-person or a multi-national empire, ERP software can strengthen your businesses infrastructure and help you to run core functions with ease.
As the South African manufacturers restart operations, how can they optimise the supply chain and restore resilience after COVID-19?
To correctly show the movement of cash within a business, accountants use a cash flow statement. Here are 3 steps to complete a cash flow template.