HART SHAW Outsourcing

16th April 2013

Hart Shaw's Outsourcing department is able to offer a facility for clients to outsource all work usually undertaken by an Accounts Department.

This service is designed for clients who prefer to concentrate their resources and manpower on developing their business rather than becoming involved in the day to day admin of running a business. Accounts department tasks which can be outsourced include: Purchase ledger Expenses Payroll Sales ledger Credit control Journals Vat returns Management Accounts Month ends Sage and other bookkeeping software SAGE As an Accredited Accountant Partner for Sage Line 50 products, Hart Shaw can offer discounted Sage software, bespoke training courses and tailored advice based on an organisations unique requirements. Sage 50 Accounts is the market-leading accounts software that makes managing customers, suppliers and day-to-day finances as easy as possible. From invoicing customers and paying suppliers, to managing VAT returns and year-end accounts, it helps with the management of all the different areas of a business. By keeping things simple, it frees business owners up to focus on their customers and their business. For further information please contact Julian Wilkinson, Outsourcing and Sage Manager at Hart Shaw on T: 0114 251 8850 or email: Julian.wilkinson@hartshaw.co.uk

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