Entries by Carina Birt

EASY Offers New HR Digitalisation Guide

Bury St Edmunds, UK – November 8, 2018 – EASY SOFTWARE UK, Europe’s foremost supplier of document management solutions, is delighted to announce the availability of a special new whitepaper on achieving best practice in securing digital HR success. The guidance offers practical recommendations for HR leaders to improve their digital capabilities, and offers multiple […]

EASY To Exhibit At Key Accounts Payable Event

Document management leader exhibiting at upcoming premier sector conference & expo Bury St Edmunds, UK: October 1, 2018 – EASY SOFTWARE UK, Europe’s foremost supplier of Document Management (DM) solutions, is delighted to announce it will be exhibiting at the upcoming Accounts Payable Association’s Annual Conference & Expo event. The one-day event for APA professionals, […]

EASY Publishes Special Roadmap To Accounts Payable Automation Success

Bury St Edmunds, UK: September 27, 2018 – EASY SOFTWARE UK, Europe’s foremost supplier of Document Management (DM) solutions, is delighted to announce the availability of a special new whitepaper on achieving best practice in Accounts Payable (AP). In Streamlining Accounts Payable, practical and cost-effective ways to move off today’s still often manual AP processes […]

Accessibility – Always In Catch-Up Mode

In a recent opinion piece a well-known accessibility champion and software entrepreneur Jeff Mills explained why we can never afford to be complacent about digital openness. As technology improves, accessibility is always forced to play catch-up: it’s a perpetually moving target, which means brands need to keep testing their websites for full accessibility. A problem […]

GDPR – What Can We Expect Next?

In a recent blog, data protection expert and lawyer Ralph T O’Brien discussed the recently-passed General Data Protection Act. His main point: if you are involved in the information and content business there’s a lot going on in the new DPA (Data Protection Act), which is how GDPR got passed into British law, that you […]