April 18, 2018 JAK No comments exist

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April 18, 2018 JAK No comments exist

Over 23 & 24 of May, we will again be exhibiting at Accountex 2018 at the Excel Centre in the Docklands.

Tickets are free if booked before hand; so if you’d like tickets, please do call or email us.

February 20, 2018 JAK No comments exist

  Launch of One Touch Reporting: Elon Musk may have put a red roadster into space, but today Forecast 5 announces the launch of One Touch Reporting. Allowing users to print all the main reports from their forecast at the press of a button, OTR is a significant addition to Forecast 5’s growing and impressive…

August 11, 2017 JAK No comments exist

  Global Data Protection Regulations A couple of weeks ago, we were asked by a user how Forecast 5 will handle the introduction of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018. The response is that any data produced by Forecast 5 is under the control of the users; users determine where they choose…

May 14, 2017 JAK No comments exist

John Stokdyk, editor of AccountingWeb, described Accountex 2017 as “a bit of a ritual…where all the big beasts in the accounting world come down and put on ritual displays to attract the thousands of accountants who flock to the annual exhibition in East London.”   The not-so-big beasts benefitted as well. Forecast 5 was back for…

May 7, 2017 JAK No comments exist

This year’s Accountex will take place at the Excel Centre, Docklands on Wednesday and Thursday, 10 & 11 May.   Forecast 5 will again be exhibiting and all will be very welcome to visit us at Stand 180.   As last year, the developer of Forecast 5, Geof Nightingale from Auckland, New Zealand will be…

April 29, 2017 JAK No comments exist

Coming to a town near you? As you pack your briefcase for Accountex 2017, how safe do you feel? Not very, according to Boris Johnson who warned last Thursday (April 27) that North Korea could pose a nuclear threat to Western Europe – but insisted in the Daily Mail that military strikes against the regime…

February 12, 2017 JAK No comments exist

Investigative journalism is claiming more scalps. Sir John Rose, former head of Britain’s engineering pride and joy, Rolls-Royce, is now under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office, along with other senior members of his team, following allegations of bribery and corruption in the Financial Times. Rolls-Royce’s £671m payment, of which nearly £500m will be paid…