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Britains First Business Book Festival

Nov 3

This Friday sees Bournemouth host The Business Book Festival. From the website: Meet the UKs best selling business authors at the UKs first business book festival. Hear them speak; listen to their stories; seek their advice; buy their books. Discover: Whats new in enterprise thinking; How to succeed in todays challenging times; Inspiration, innovation and […]

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The Support Dashboard

Nov 3

As our customer base as grown substantially this year, and continues to do so every month, so does the demand on our support team. I needed a way to be able to closely monitor the current state of support without having to continuously log in to the support system. So what we came up with […]

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Team Photo

Nov 3

I needed some head shots done of a couple of my co-directors to go on OrbitAccounts.com, a new product we launched yesterday. It was one of those rare occasions when we actually had everyone in the office, so took the opportunity for a group photo (click for larger version). L-R we have: Shelley Sales Sandile […]

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Remove that Twitter badge from your website – Now!

Nov 2

I got asked last week why we dont have a Twitter badge on our website. I think the asker assumed it was an oversight. It isnt. As Ive written before, the purpose of the KashFlow website is to get potential customers to register to take a no-obligation, 60-day free trial of our accounting software. So […]

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Your Vanity is Devaluing LinkedIn

Nov 2

I use Twitter every day. Anyone can follow me, and Ill follow anyone who looks interesting. Facebook I use much less frequently and dont have (or want) many friends on there. Its more personal/family related, although I do have KashFlow RSS feeds plugged into it. My problem is with LinkedIn. I find it a very […]

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Mumpreneur – a good or a bad word to be using?

Nov 2

Theres a debate raging on Twitter now over the use of the word Mumpreneur as a name for a mother thats an entrepreneur It started with a conversation between @EtcEtcOnline (Darren Leighfield) and @KellyCairns Darren says its a ridiculous label and would put people off using the services of someone calling themselves a mumpreneur Kelly […]

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Introducing QuickSnap – Single-purpose iPhone app for KashFlow

Nov 2

When I talked about ouriPhone app, the one feature Id harp on about the most was the ability to take a snapshot of a receipt and get it into KashFlow in a few taps. So I could get out of a taxi or pay a bar bill and immediately have the scanned receipt in KashFlow. […]

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Kashflow iPhone App

Oct 26

Today on his twitter stream Kashflow founder Duane Jackson made this announcement Being the geeky accountant I am I was quite excited to see this. Xero’s policy seems to be to stay away from working with a particular operating system they just use a mobile website which causes problems due to the iPhones not supporting […]

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