Following the success of our previous user events, we are happy to announce that our summer User Conference is being held in the North West, at DTE House in Bury, Lancashire, on Tuesday 5 August 2014. We have a mix of interesting speakers presenting on a variety of topics including customer success stories, product demos […]
In theory, most finance teams should be well placed to use a combination of streamlined accounts processing with real time financial information, yet the reality is somewhat different. After many years of scanning technology and moving away from paper towards electronic documentation, why are almost one fifth of companies reporting an actual increase in paper, […]
Why are finance departments still so overwhelmed by tedious transactions? After nearly two decades of scanning technology and the push away from paper towards electronic documentation, why are almost one fifth of companies reporting an actual increase in paper, according to research from AIIM?
Invu exhibited at this year’s Housing Finance Conference and Exhibition, held at the University of Warwick, Coventry on Wednesday and Thursday this week. The conference provided attendees with the latest information and updates in the housing finance sector including guidance on welfare reform and risk, together with expert advice on how associations can seize new […]
According to the latest BM Solutions/BDRC Continental landlord panel a third of landlords are looking to expand their rental portfolios in the next 12 months. Due to the increase in house prices there has been a soar in demand for rental properties compared to home buyers and, as future predictions by the CBI reveal, one […]
Our CTO, Stuart Evans, will be taking to the floor at the upcoming eWorld Purchasing and Supply conference at the QEII Conference Centre, London 04 March 2014. This conference is viewed as one of the UK’s foremost events with a focus on the use of technologies and techniques within the procurement and supply chain functions.
The recent flooding which has swept across the South West area of the UK has caused many problems for residents; ruining homes and possessions, causing disruption to people’s working patterns and affecting their ability to work or earn a living. Whilst the concern over residential property has been a key focus of aid support, the […]
The economic situation for 2014 is looking more positive than in recent years. Banks appear to have more confidence in lending and manufacturing is having a resurgence across Europe. All these signs indicate that organisations are gearing up for careful growth, planning investment and proactively exploring new markets. Good news. For finance however there is […]
Electronic Document Management (EDM) crosses boundaries from sector to sector. Most businesses understand the need for a fully auditable trail of records, which results in a very crowded market. None more so than the public sector. We can all recall at least one example of a public sector mishap where data has been misplaced or […]
The year 2013 was predicted as “The year of Mobile” and to a certain extent this was probably true. We witnessed the battle over introducing BYOD in large corporate’s; the success mobile advertising had on Facebook increasing share price; and the demise of BlackBerry in the mobile phone market – not to mention low cost […]