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A big British success story

While dusting off the bunting, making my son’s ‘prince outfit’ for the Royal-Wedding-dressing-up-day at school and preparing myself for the ‘wedding of the year’ on Friday, I was struck by a series of tenuous links between the Royal Wedding and the story we’re telling here at Sage in our latest marketing campaign. Continue reading…

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Take part in our eBusiness survey

Well, it’s that time again where we’re asking for your help. If you are an online retailer - we need your help in gathering information so that we can provide you with a report focused on checkout conversions and the factors that contribute to visitors dropping out of the purchase process. We’ll then compile our report helping you to navigate through what successful businesses do to maximise their conversion rates. Continue reading…

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XBRL doesn’t have to be a four letter word

To anyone outside of the world of accountancy “XBRL” is the tagging of financial data. Every bit of data on your financial statement is tagged so that computers can easily select, collate, analyse and exchange the data. Add an “i” onto your XBRL and you have “iXBRL” the human readable format of this financial data. Phew, easy. Continue reading…

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50 top tips to help take care of business

We think that the new features and improvements in Sage Instant Accounts 2011 will give our customers (that’s you) more time to take care of your business. We also thought that you’d have some great tips on how to spend this extra time giving your business a boost and asked for you to send them in so that we could share them with other small businesses. Continue reading…

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