Capium prides itself on being an end-to-end, pure cloud suite that works seamlessly out of the metaphorical box. One price, one software and no need for a busy accountant to go on the hunt for additional apps, APIs or integrations.
Introduced at the turn of the Millennium, IR35 has had a unique staying power compared to other compliance bugbears.
Since October, JSR Management has experienced impressive Client growth. The two director firm has doubled in size, and according to JSR’s Sue Robertson, they couldn’t have done it without Capium.
Earlier this week Team Capium erupted into fierce debate. Both sides fighting for
a long-term 3-year deal with a 3rd party marketing software company. Never in
the history of the business have Capium committed to a 3-year deal and,
ironically, it’s something we know our Customers always come up against when
migrating from legacy desktop accounting software.
With MTD-Day around the corner getting your Client data quickly into your accounting system has never been more important. Capium prides itself on building a truly Cloud ecosystem designed to allow for speedy data capture and connected accounts production and corporation tax software to simplify the Accountant’s life.
When Sally Tackas started Shefford Accountancy Services in 2014, she wanted simplicity. She had been an accountant for 25 years and decided to pursue her own thing for health reasons.
Even in a profession filled with bugbears, the form P11D inspires unique annoyance among accountants. In short, the forms pass the burden of taxing benefits and expenses onto employers and their accountants.
What does it mean to be a true cloud practice? For Alan Woods, managing director of Woods Squared in Wirral, the answer is easy: Flexibility and simplicity.
The difference is night-and-day.” That’s Stephen Watson’s verdict after making the jump to Capium. Watson, who is based in Northumberland, runs his own 12 client bookkeeping practice.
For a long time, Apple’s legendary CEO Steve Jobs resisted apps. These third-party programmes, he feared, could be an easy way to sabotage Apple products.