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SME Case Study: La Bucca

Moving its accounts from an external accounting firm to its own software package has resulted in greater efficiencies for a Meath-based chain of restaurant, writes Dermot Corrigan.

30th June, 2012
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Amanda Francis, owner, La Bucca Restaurants: 'Training allowed me to learn best practice'.

Many small Irish companies still keep basic records and then rely on their accountant to both compile and audit their company books.

One such company, Meath-based La Bucca Restaurants, had been spending a lot of effort and money in doing its accounts this way, according to owner Amanda Francis.

"All of the bookkeeping and accounting for La Bucca was looked after by a firm in the UK," said Francis. "I would enter all of our...

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