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FISCAL Technologies appoint new CFO

Monday 30 April, 2012

Richard Francis joins the board to support growth ambitions

FISCAL Technologies, has appointed Richard Francis as Chief Finance Officer. Richard brings to FISCAL his in-depth knowledge and experience of supporting high-growth technology organisations.

Payment Guides aimed at SMEs soar in popularity

Thursday 26 April, 2012  

SMEs continue to show a marked appetite for improving their cashflow and are actively seeking out the expert advice and resources that will help them to do so, according to a leading business organisation.

Report calls for intervention to reduce late payments

Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Findings of a new research report by the commercial credit referencing agency Graydon UK and the Forum of Private Business revealed that 16% of respondents have almost been put out of business as a result of late payments.

Accounts Payable Audit Software Provider Enhances Professional Services

Wednesday 25 April, 2012

FISCAL Technologies offers a unique professional services offering

FISCAL Technologies’ today announced the extension of their professional services offering. This will allow organisations to gain an unparalleled insight into their processes through using a unique combination of FISCAL’s market leading AP Forensics® suite with a new benchmarking service drawing on nearly 10 years of core AP metrics.

Accounts Payable Audit Software Protects Organisations from Fraud

Wednesday 29 February, 2012

FISCAL Technologies launches additional checks to detect fraud

FISCAL Technologies’ providers of world-class accounts payable audit software, have built additional checks into its AP Forensics® suite which provides continuous transaction monitoring to help protect against rapidly growing corporate fraud. The National Fraud Authority states that there has been a 25% year on year increase. In fact they state that one of the main growth areas has been the increase in employee fraud – amounting to more than £1.4bn in 2011.

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