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Hit and miss T&E policy sees employees out of pocket

Monday 20th August, 2012

New research by Capital One shows that 45% of employees fail to claim back their expenses despite the fact that half of employees use their own cash or credit cards to settle expenses, and spend an average of £367 a year doing so.

Ceredigion CC appoints Logica to comply with new requirements

Thursday 16th August, 2012

Ceredigion County Council in mid-west Wales has appointed Logica to replace its legacy payroll system. The Council approached Logica as it urgently needed to replace its payroll system with a structure that was compliant with the HMRC Real Time Information (RTI) system for reporting pay, tax, National Insurance and other details. RTI becomes mandatory in 2013.

UK manufacturers look to re-shore production in response to supply risks

Tuesday 14th August, 2012

Economic shocks and natural disasters lead to increase in business continuity planning

Increasing numbers of manufacturers are bringing production back in-house and increasing their hunt for local supply capability in response to increased disruptions to supply chains caused by recession and natural disasters according to a major survey released today.

Survey by Anoto finds paperless office still out of reach

Two-thirds of businesses regularly need to scan more than 50 pages a day to transfer information to a digital format

Anoto, the creator of digital pen and paper technology, conducted a survey across the US and the UK focusing on the state of scanning. Businesses both large and small were surveyed and found to have significant scanning requirements due to a continued reliance on paper. Some of the major reasons for this include the need to keep an electronic record (71%) and because the data is easier to work with in digital form (55%).

M&S introduce contactless payments

Friday 10th August, 2012

Marks & Spencer has become the latest retailer to introduce contactless payments, initially in its 25 busiest London stores and a number of Simply Food outlets, The Guardian reported.

The contactless technology, provided by payment processor Streamline and Visa Europe, allows shoppers to buy items for less than £20.