We wish all our clients, employees, partners and suppliers a very merry Christmas and happy New Year! Like everyone at Christmastime, we'll be taking a break from work to enjoy the festivities. We'll be closing for business at 1pm tomorrow and re-opening at 9am on Tuesday 2nd January. As always, our servers and network infrastructure will be constantly monitored throughout the shutdown period. We'll also be providing a skeleton cashiering service by prior arrangement only.
At the start of this winter season, we bring your latest Readit newsletter, as usual packed from cover to cover with all the latest happenings at Quill and hot industry news. For Quill, 2017 has been a transformational year, as you'll discover in this new edition. Find out the benefits of these changes to you, as our client, and get in touch with our customer care team to ask about our extensive product portfolio, as featured in Readit.
Considering changing software suppliers?
If, for whatever reason, software change is essential, take the time to really assess your options and carefully research prospective suppliers. We've compiled 5 questions to get you started because it's vitally important you find out exactly what being a client will feel like, both in terms of software usability and interaction, as well as what happens should you later decide to cancel your contract.
Got any legal clients on your books?
Struggle to extract the right management information from their accounts software?
Want to streamline routine processes with instant access to your clients’ data?
Worried about keeping clients compliant with the SRA Accounts Rules?
As part of our ongoing recruitment drive, we're now looking for an experienced Data Migration Analyst to work within our support and implementation team. The chosen individual will be responsible for the full ETL process involving liaising with clients regarding data transfer requirements, collaborating with other internal teams to facilitate a smooth transition and self-managing multiple projects simultaneously. Find out more and apply for the role.
While most of us will wake up this Christmas morning to a house packed with presents and table laden with food, some people face hard times during the festive season. For poverty-stricken families and disadvantaged children, there's little food to eat and no gift to unwrap. Those in need rely heavily upon charitable support in order to enjoy Christmas. That's why we're holding our own food and toy collections towards regional appeals. Read more and get involved.