When Simon Coughlin and Mark Reynier took a punt and bought the historic Bruichladdich whiskey distillery on Islay in 2002 they couldn’t have imagined the roller-coaster journey they’d go on.
As a business leader, it can be difficult to tell if the business is growing from its core, or if it’s being influenced by its environment.
Enterprise resource planning software has a nasty reputation for over running deadlines, exceeding budgets and failing to meet expectations.
The heat is on. Businesses need to find ways to grow and adapt in today’s fast-paced market, with many forced to make big changes to reach their broader digital transformation goals.
Following a consultation garnering 3,000 response, HMRC has announced how the Making Tax Digital policy will look in action and made amendments to suit concerned businesses.
As a longstanding software company – Oyster Bay has been running since the 80s – it is important to keep up with changing technology.
In just a few weeks’ time businesses up and down the country will be preparing for the Christmas downtime, and while it may be tempting to enjoy the quiet period while it lasts, now is the perfect chance to reflect on the last 12 months and plan ahead to the New Year – especially when it comes to getting your finances in order.
Customer choice has increased significantly in the past hundred years. At the turn of the 20th century Henry Ford launched the infamous Model T, the first automobile mass-produced on moving assembly lines. It was far from the “mass customisation” we know today – buyers could famously choose it in any colour they wanted… as long as it was black.
As the number of businesses reaching the date when auto-enrolment duties start, known as the staging date, Real Business has produced a comprehensive checklist to ensure business leaders are not forgetting anything.
Despite being one of the older, more established companies amongst this year’s Everline Future 50, Unlink Software's unique technology is transforming every aspect of prison life more than ever.
Our Everline Future 50 initiative has a strong track record of identifying particularly disruptive software services aimed at the business community, and 2016 entrant TIQ is not different with its innovative take on solving administration headaches.
With the surge of service outages from large banks, challengers such as Metro and Virgin Money – some offering more appealing rates of interest and few weighed down with the same unwieldy and dated IT – are providing the British public with compelling alternatives to larger counterparts.