Five Small Business Benefits of Digital Tax
This is the concluding blog post in our digital tax series. We’ve already looked at digital tax readiness and how small businesses can prepare; here we consider the benefits to small businesses of going digital with tax.
Will You Be Ready When Tax Goes Digital?
Completing and submitting tax returns is a necessary but incredibly time consuming process. In the UK, businesses are required to submit forms annually within strict deadlines, and face heavy fines...
Enhancing Invoicing Processes to Make Payment More Convenient for Customers
An astonishing $825 billion sits in unpaid small business invoices in the U.S. and 81 percent of outstanding invoices are at least 30 days past due, according to Fundbox. Late payment is a...
10 Ways CRM Supports Retail Success
Retail is a complex business. The demands of omnichannel, social media management and multi-channel communications all challenge retailers to know their customers and to harness data in support of...
Beware Suspect Packages
Political extremists, terror groups, and even disgruntled former employees pose a serious threat to businesses and organisations across Europe. The recent Paris letter bomb attack and suspicious...
Where Accounting Software Reaches its Limits
Companies that turn to software to better manage business functions often start with finance. While this enhances accounting, it won’t improve end-to-end processes to drive business growth and...
Royal Mail tariff changes to come into effect 27th March
In order to keep providing its excellent services, The Royal Mail has announced that its price changes across franking machine and parcel tariffs will come into effect 27th March.
Green light for speed and efficiency
The lifecycle of a piece of mail…
What Mailmark Means for You
How manual document storage and retrieval processes are harming your business