Read James Smith’s latest article where he explains how companies can adopt a highly effective approach to digital transformation and automation to ensure compliance with MTD, as well as saving their organisation time and money.
While some companies have embraced digital technology to go paper-free, with zero reliance on physical documents, for others it may seem unimaginable to operate their business on a daily basis without paper. But adopting digital technology and going paperless is now crucial for companies. James Smith talks to ITProPortal to explain why.
With Brexit looming and set to cause confusion amongst UK businesses, 2019 is a good time for Senior Managers to seek ways to increase productivity. One crucial way this can be achieved is through investment in technology that can bring automation across business functions and processes.
James Smith, Kefron’s Head of UK Sales, recently sat down with TMT Magazine and looked at why 2019 is the year for digital transformation.
For most of us the past year has seen a focus on GDPR and meant that perhaps other important legislation may have been missed. One example is the Payment Practices and Performance Regulations 2017 that came into force on 6 April 2017. James Smith, UK Sales Manager, Kefron looks at what this legislation means and tells Finance Derivative why businesses may be falling short.