Tuesday September 29, 2020

SME Accounting: Drivers for investment

Currently, small but fast-growing businesses tend to invest in a first accounts package to help control and manage internal processes without necessarily taking on new staff.

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Karl O'Leary, business manager for Dynamics at Microsoft Ireland. Photo: Chris Bellew

Currently, small but fast-growing businesses tend to invest in a first accounts package to help control and manage internal processes without necessarily taking on new staff, according to Karl O'Leary, business manager for Dynamics at Microsoft Ireland.

"Small businesses which are growing tend to want to invest in an accounting system as they want to do more with less people," said O'Leary. "As their business grows, they do not want to necessarily grow their admin...

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