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Luqmani Thompson & Partners goes hosted

Posted: 24th July, 2014

The commercially orientated group of partners at Luqmani Thompson & Partners accord information technology prominent focus as an analysis, planning and forecasting business tool and, from a finance point of view, for accurate, compliant management of chargeable and payable monies.  That's why they migrated to hosted Interactive.

One good reason to outsource your payroll: automatic enrolment

Posted: 18th July, 2014

Read our latest guidance: "One reason to outsource your payroll".  Why have we chosen one reason to promote the business advantages of outsourcing your payroll?  Two words: automatic enrolment.  Dubbed the biggest shake up of pension reform for a generation.

We announce 4 traineeship openings

Posted: 16th July, 2014

Following increased demand for our outsourced legal accounts service, we've re-launched our traineeship scheme and are currently recruiting for 4 trainee legal cashiers based at our Manchester head office.

On our bikes for Cycle to Work Day

Posted: 16th July, 2014

We're supporting the government-backed annual Cycle to Work Day initiative by incentivising staff to cycle into the office in return for a free breakfast on 4th September 2014.

We're sponsoring Birmingham Law Society's SRA Accounts Rules event

Posted: 9th July, 2014

Understandably, compliance continues to be a hot topic considering the omnipresent risks and severe handling of non-compliance by the SRA.  Birmingham-based practices will be pleased to hear that we're sponsoring the Birmingham Law Society's "SRA Accounts Rules Update" seminar on 17th September which will cover everything from client accounts and monies to accounting systems and records.

Lands End to John O'Groats... with a twist

Posted: 3rd July, 2014

With the Tour de France 2014 starting in a few days' time, supporting a cycling charity fundraiser seemed fitting.  Quill client, Andrews Ritson Solicitors, are getting on their bikes to cycle a muscle-burning 969 miles, the mileage traditionally covered on the infamous Lands End to John O'Groats route.  As well as pledging some sponsorship money, our Regional Sales Consultant, Matthew Gilder, is popping in tomorrow to cycle a few miles on their behalf.