Though we have seen great technological advances in recent years, the office printer remains as valuable as ever. Improved technology has also helped to make it easier for businesses to produce printed material in-house, from leaflets to brochures. Why An Office Needs A Printer Whether it’s for printing business cards, or printing out documents and letters, an office continues to need a printer. Printers also help to give a business a certain amount of gravitas. Though businesses can use emails to communicate with customers and clients, a letter printed on a company letterhead still looks more official and impressive. Related Posts:UK businesses urged to support Climate Week this March

Barbara Kroll, UK Managing Director of Twinfield questions, how is the steady migration from on-premise accounting software to online accounting affecting the relationship between businesses and their accountants? There’s no doubt that online accounting is quickly becoming prevalent in the UK, not least because it allows easier any-time access, a reduction in admin processes and lower start-up costs. So, how should accounting practices respond to this new business landscape?  What impact will it have on the way they run their own practices and the way they interact with their customers? The advantages of online accounting are clear.  Firstly, for the end user it offers simplicity and ease of use, combined with 24/7 access, reduced IT and admin, genuine scalability and[…]