When Francis Parffrey set up his own practice operating from his home office in Devon three years ago, he recognised exactly which supplier to choose for cashiering support and accounting software: Quill! Here, Francis explains how, as a sole practitioner, he's responsible for everything and can't delegate. Outsourced cashiering support frees up his time for fee earning activity so he's able to work more profitably.
We've published an article on the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers website titled 'Outsourced cashiering and your bottom line'. Access on www.infolaw.co.uk and read how outsourcing services - in this case, legal cashiering - can help you to drastically decrease your overheads.
You store vast quantities of sensitive client data, you're duty bound to protect this extremely confidential data and cyber crime's growing to the tune of £193 billion per year. It's time to take action in order to fulfil your professional data management responsibilities. You need a supplier who guarantees responsible, compliant, safe storage of your data. Read Quill's pledge and contact us to discover more about data security.
First, you get your DSCC call, head to the station, there's no internet so out comes pen and paper. Later, back at the office, you trawl through your notes, decipher your rushed handwriting and input into your software. It's time consuming, inefficient and downright frustrating.
But, there is an alternative... our Police Station App.
Struggling with keeping your complicated payroll compliant? Unsure of your staff pension obligations? Confused with ever-evolving payroll legislation? Haven't you got better things to do?
As a legal practice, you have a whole load of payroll and pension hoops and hurdles to keep you up at night. Why not outsource to us instead? Unlike other providers, we're experts at dealing with the peculiarities of law firm payroll.
On Monday 22nd May, 22 people were tragically killed and 120 were injured after an explosion in the foyer of Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert. The British Red Cross has set up an appeal to raise money for those who've been injured or bereaved by the bomb attack. We're supporting the cause and hope you can too. To donate, visit www.redcross.org.uk/manchester or www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/redcross/ManchesterEmergencyFund.